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BLACK 




GOLD 



DIXIE THOMAS, ELAINE TUCKER 



VICKI CURRIN, SUSAN JAMES 



JUDY WHITE, JEAN BROWN 



VIRGINIA SCALES 



CAROLINE CARLTON, PEYTIE FEARRINGTON 



JEFF FARRAN 



BILL PETREE, TOM WARD, JOHN MIDDLETON 



MRS. JANICE OWINGS 



Co-Editors 



Senior Editors 



Junior Editors 



Faculty Editor 



Script Writers 



Caption Writer 



Photographers 



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As one"Tooks into a pond he sees himself and the things around him, colors, 
shapes, and forms, all blended into a very attractive picture — a picture which may 
tell a story. 

This year, we, the editors of the BLACK and GOLD, chose as our theme 
"Reflections". These stories of the past may be visible not only through mirrors and 
ponds but also through experiences of day by day living among our surrounding here 
at Reynolds High School, where we have spent five wonderful growing years, con- 
tributing, we trust, our part and certainly gleaning a major portion of those inner 
visions which are firmly established within these walls. We have enjoyed _eyery 
phase of school life, from representing the "Demon" on the cover, to the appreciation' 
of our academic halls. We believe that these cherished memories will come alive 
again and again for you in these picture 'reflections. 

Since we, the class of 1963, are the last class to remain at Reynolds five years, 
we shall always have more pleasant moments to recall than any other future grad- 
uating class. 

We, the staff of the BLACK and GOLD, count it a privilege to present to you, 
the students of Reynolds High School, our idea of five beautiful years of work and play 
in picture memories. 



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Sports 






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Features 






REFLECTIONS 




August brought early morning football practice. 

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For the first year we had a mascot. 




Not far from the football field the cheerleaders were practicing. 




At the game S.S.C. boys always came through with our demon. 




The landing remained our number one meeting place. 



OF THE PAST 





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College day reminded us of the serious aspects 
of school. 



Football players warmed up with pre- 
game exercises. 





Vicki Currin was crowned Football 
Homecoming Queen. 



Our majorettes and band performed in the annual 
Christmas parade. 





Picture taking brought mass confusion. 



Basketball season put the Monogram Club to work. 




Coach Whitley gave last-minute instructions. 




Carol's crowning highlighted our basketball season. 




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"Gypsy Rose" Clowes enlivened our Homecoming chapel. 




Search for Joe's contact lens interrupted the Hanes game. 





Jim Ballard brought outstanding honor to our school in science. 



School's out; seniors shout. 




For her never-ceasing thoughtfulness 
and consideration, for her willingness to 
give up her own time to help others, for 
her understanding attitude whenever pro- 
blems arose, for her sincere and deep 
concern for every student, we, the senior 
class, dedicate this issue of the BLACK 
and GOLD to Miss Annie Graham Cald- 
well. 



Miss Annie Graham Caldwell 



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Since her accident, Miss Caldwell, our former librarian, has taught history. 



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Winston-Salem City Board of Education 

First Row: William M. Knott, Jr., Mrs. Amy R. Hiedbreder, M.C. Benton, Chairman; Richard Ervin. Second Row: Rossie Shore 
Flake F. Steele, Jr., Floyd S. Burge, Jr. " " " ' 




City School Administrative Staff 

First Row: Leo G. Morgan, Assistant Superintendent; Marvin Ward, Superintendent; Ned R. Smith, Associate Superintendent. 
Second Row: L. E. Johnston, Assistant Superintendent; T. Leinbach, Jr., Comptroller. 



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In Memoriam 



JAMES BARRY SMITH 



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Faculty and Classes 



To each student and teacher 7:00 and 8:30 will 
always have a special meaning. We all rise at 7:00, 
or there about, and we all start our first period class 
at 8:30. From here the similarity ceases, and these 
two groups begin to complement each other. 

At Reynolds High School there has always been 
between students and faculty a great deal of co- 
operation, friendship, and exchange of ideas. This is 
an asset of our school which few other high schools 
can claim. We are proud of our varied curriculum, 
our outstanding teachers, and our student body, 
which each student and teacher feels cannot be 
surpassed. 




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JOHN TANDY 

Principal 
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ROBERT DEATON 

Assistant Principal 
B.S., M.S. 



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MARY JANE 
BAKER 

Guidance 
Counselor 
B.A., M.E. 




HERMAN BRYSON 

Physical Education 

Department Head 

B.S., M.A. 



ANNIE GRAHAM 
CALDWELL 

History 
B.A., B.S. in L.S. 



MRS. FAYE CECIL 

Commercial 
B.A. 



MRS. ARDENA 
CRAVER 

Home Economics 

Department Head 

B.A., B.S. 



MRS. RAE JEAN 
DIXON 

Physical Education 
B.S. 



MARGARET EASON 

Mathematics 
B.S., M.E. 



MRS. JULIA EBERT 

English 
B.A. 



MRS. ANALEE 
EDDLEMAN 

Secretary 





MRS. ANNIE 

PRESTON 
FEARRINGTON 

Language 

Department Head 

B.A., M.A. 



MRS. HAZEL 
FLACK 

History 
B.A. 




MATALINE 
COLLETTE 

Chemistry 
B.A., M.E. 





MRS. MARY ANN 
CRAFT 

Mathematics 
B.A. 




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Band English 

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MRS. SARAH 
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Mathematics 

Department Head 

B.A., M.A. 



MRS. EVELYN 
GARRISON 

English 
B.A., M.E. 



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RONALD GOINS 


MRS. MARY GREEN 


MRS. MADELINE 


Biology 


Language 


GROGAN 


B.S. 


B.A. 


Mathematics 
B.A. 




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JAMES HALL 


MRS. ELSA 


MRS. CECILE 


Chorus 


HAMPTON 


HARRIMAN 


B.A., M.A. 


Language 


English 




B.A. 


B.A., M.A. 



MRS. EILEEN NORFLEET JARRELL MRS. BARBARA ELIZABETH B. 
HEPLER Chemistry JOYNER KAPP 

Language B.S. Art English 

B A. B.A. B.A. 




DON KELLY 

History 
B.A., M.E. 



FAYE MARTIN 

Language 
B.A. 



MARY HESTON 
MARTIN 

Language 
B.A. 



DIANE MATTOCKS 

Commercial 
B.A. 



MARTHA MRS. MAE MeCUEN MRS. MARGARET 
McBRAYER Assistant Secretary McDERMOTT 

English Language 

B.A. B.A., M.A. 





alma Mcdonald 


HAZEL McKEEL 


MRS.MARTHA 


McLEAN MITCHELL 


MRS. LUCIINDA 


MRS. VIOLET 


MRS. JANICE 


Language 


Commercial 


MITCHELL 


History 


MOSER 


NICHOLS 


OWINGS 


B.A. 


B.A., M.E. 


English 


B.S.,. M.A. 


Mathematics 


B.S. 


English 






B.A. 




B.A. 


Physical 
Education 


B.A., M.A. 



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MRS. MARY S. 
PEARCE 

History 
B.A. 



MICHAEL PELECH KENNETH PETERS 

Driver Training Mathematics 

B.A. B.A. 



MRS. PEG 
PETTYJOHN 

Physics 
B.S. 



MRS. KATHERINE 
REICH 

Mathematics 
B.A. 



MRS. KAY SRIELDS 

Mathematics 
B.A. 



MRS. ELIZABETH 
SINK 

English 
B.A., M.A. 




MRS. CAROLINE MRS. CATHERINE HAZEL STEPHENSON MRS. MARJORIE LOUIE STRICKLAND MRS.ELIZABETH MRS. MAE 

SPENCER STEELMAN English Department STEPHENSON Biology STROUPE THORNTON 

Bilogy Biology Head English, Dean of B.A. Librarian English 

B.S. B.S., M.E\ B.A., M.A. Girls B.A. B.A., M.A. 

B.A. 



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Not Pictured: 

HENRY DARK 

LILLIAN RHODES 



JAN IE WEAVER 


WILLIAM WEBSTER 


RAY WHITLEY 


SHIRLEY WILSON 


Guidance 


Biology 


Biology 


History 


Director 


B.S., M.E. 


B.A. 


B.S., M.E. 


B.A. 










Mrs. McCuen and Miss Baker work feverishly on college transcripts. 





Faculty enjoys S.S.C. Christmas Tea. 



Mrs. Reich and Miss McKeel talk "Teachers' Talk". 




Teachers find their boxes full of new work. 



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President 



ROBIN BEACH 

Vice-President 





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ELLEN KIRBY 

Secretary 



MOLLY THORNTON 

Treasurer 



ENIORS 




Seniors enjoyed between-class break. 



Senior attendance boosted team spirit. - \ ? 4 '/ - «^, A^a^4^^t4~y^-^~ '] 

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REBECCA CHERYL ADAMS 

'Becky-Learning is like rowing up- 
stream-advance, or lose all." 



JOSEPH LEON AGEE PAMELA GAY ALEXANDER JOHNNY HAMMETT ALLRED 

"We don't know one millionth part "An honest man's the noblest work "Join the Navy, see the world." 
of one percent about anything." of God." 






MICHAEL RAMSEY ANDRES 



RICHARD L. ANGELL 



LUCY REYNOLDS ARMFIELD SUE CAROL ASHBURN 



'Praesis Ut Prosis" — Be foremost "Reputation is what others think; "Eat, drink, and be merry, for to- "Wrinkles should only indicate where 
so that you may be of service. Charactor is what you really are." morrow we diet." smiles have been." 






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WILLIAM ERNEST ATKINSON WALTON WADE AUSTIN BEVERLY JANE AVERETTE CHARLES GRIFFIN AVERETTE 

II I will leave Reynolds to classes to "Endurance and sacrifice are the "He travels fastest. Who travels 

"Place your goal high, and try never eome take £are of her - winas of lasting friendship." alone." 
to fall short." 



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RANSOM STRINGFIELD CHARLES NEAL BAILEY 

AVERITT JR. "I don't know what to tell you. 

'Fools have banquets; wise men eat 
them." 





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ATHENA GUS BALAFAS 



ALONZA WOOD BALLARD 



"The days of our youth are the days "Education remains when we have 
of our glory." forgotten all we have been taught." 





JAMES CLARK BALLARD 

"The proper study of mankind is 
man." 




PAULINE THEOFANIS 
BAMBALIS 

"Life's a lovely thing to know.' 




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GERALD EDWIN BARBER WILLIAM RAYMOND BARLOW 

"Great men gain doubly when they "Never let it be said that I let 
make foes their friends." school hinder my education." 




ROBERTA KAY BEACH 

"Make the most of life you may, 
life is short and wears away." 




DAVID ELLIOTT BELL CAROLYN MARGARET DONNA KAY BENNETT 

go, leaving mine outgrown shell BENNETT "Hope is the magic which lifts men's 

"To be treasured above all is the eyes." 

memory of a lovely thing." 



by life's unresting sea " 



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RUDOLPH O'STEEN BENNETT STEPHEN JOSEPH BENNETT WILLIAM GRADY BENTON CRIST SCOTT BLACKWELL 

"To each his own," that's why I'm "There's nothing so kingly as kind- "Everybody once and the good ones "Rx: To knowledge add wisdom; 
an individualist. ness, and nothing so royal as truth." twice." — the Big "J." shake well before using." 






RUTH CRIST BLACKWELL GENE SHELBY BOGER JANIE LOUISE BOUGHMAN ROBERT VADEN BOULDIN 

"Creating is the true essence of life." "It is the motive that gives character "Smile and the world smiles with "Little by sight, but great in might." 

to the actions of men." you, cry and you cry alone." 






THOMAS GILMER BOWDEN III NORMA BOWMAN JOHN STEPHEN BRADFORD BARBARA KAY BREWER 

"Come what, come may, time and "Cookie"— "Beware of what you "That my Exodus may be made to "The hope of tomorrow is the dream 

the hour runs through the roughest want — for you shall surely get it." music. ° »• 
day." 



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BENJAMIN KIDD BREWER EARLE WENDELL BREWER JAMES STEWART BRITTAIN ELIZABETH STEEN BROCK 

"Ah, you're looking good, but I can't "Just because you look guilty, doesn't "Make big plans; aim high and hope "Our school of great tradition, gives 
te " va - mean you are." and work, and you will succeed." us all ambition." 



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SUSAN LYNN BROOKS DAVID LEWIS BROWN ANN LOUISE BROWNLEE JANE GRAY BRUEBAKER 

'Like strength is felt from hope, "Another step forward; many more "All that we see or seem is but a "The sweetest music is not in ora- 
and from despair. to go." dream within a dream." torios, but in kind words." 





WILLIAM THOMAS BUCK CATHERINE LEE BURKE ROBERT EDWARD BURKE THOMAS JORDAN BURNS JR. 

'Let no man despite thy youth." "Come what, come may, time and "We live and learn, but not the wiser "Character is the true measure of 

the hour runs through the roughest grow." success and happiness." 

day." 



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GEORGE STEPHEN BUSH STEVE SHARPE BUTNER CAROLINE DEARING CARLTON ALMON FRANKLIN CARR 

'Work and ambition bring glory to "Bodily memories go, spiritually I "The woods are lovely, dark, and "Ich weib doch nieht, was das sagt, 

a ||." stay. My memories will remain en- deep, but I have promises to keep, aver es sieht schon aus 

hanced forever." 





MAUDIE CARROLL CASS 



HANES GAY CARTER 



"Times change, and we with time, "As you live your life, let your con- 
but not in the ways of friendship." science be your guide." 



MILDRED JANIE CHAFIN MARTHA JOSELYN CHAMBERS 

. . for tomorrow is another day." "With God's help and guidance I will 

reach my goal." 




HOWARD LEE CHIPMAN WILLIAM ROGERS CHRISTY GEORGE MICHAEL CLANCY 

'Man is made great or little by his JR. "True worth is being not seeming." 

own will." "Home is the Hunter, Home from the 

Hill." 



ROBERT HARRISON CLARK 
JR. 

"There's no art to find the mind's 
construction in the face." 



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WILBURN COLUMBUS CLARY KARL HAROLD CLAUSET JR. SANDRA CHARLENE CLIFTON ALAN SPENCER CLOWES 



II 

"Bo — I love the South." 



"He hath that lean and hungry look; "One can live without fortunes but "God Save the Queen.' 

he thinks too much." not without friends." 



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MARTHA CAROLINE CLY SHARON LOU COBB 

"With a song in my Heart." "Don't bother me with big problems; 

I've enough trouble remembering my 






KAREN JEAN COCKERHAM . LINDA GAIL COLLIER 

"A man's life is dyed the color of "I'll have these moments to remem- 
his imagination." ber." 



MOST POPULAR 

Rick Crowder and Sara Nash 



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KAREN LYNNE CONRAD 
"I am just the jealous kind." 



ROSEMARY ANN CONRAD DIANA LYNN COPPLE JOE REID COVINGTON JR. 

'Little 'un . . . Better late than "When love and skill work together, "You can't beat having fun, no 



expect a masterpiece.' 



matter how hard you try." 







SUSAN CAROL CRANFILL 

"the things we did last summer." 



NELL BERNICE CRANOR RICHARD MASON CROWDER 

"Smiles break the ice apart and find JR. 

"High goals and hard work bring 



a friend in every heart." 



MARTHA GAIL CULLER 

. . but most of all remember to 
smile." 




CHARLES HARRISON 
CUNINGHAM 

'Hard work always pays off." 



SYDNEY GARRETT 

CUNINGHAM 

"All one needs is ignorance and 

confidence, then success is sure." 



VICKI LYNN CURRIN 

"Count thyself rich when thou hast 

found a friend." 




DIANE JUNE CURRY 
am a part of all that I have met.' 



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BETTY RUTH CURTIS 

"The hope of tomorrow is the drear 
of today." 



THOMAS WILLIAM DAHLEN NORMA KATHRYN BONNIE JEAN DAVIS 

'He laughs best who laughs last . . . DAVENPORT "Fortune smiles upon the person who 

"Knowledge is knowing what you 
know and knowing what you don't 
know," _______ 



want to laugh now.' 



can laugh at himself." 




STEPHEN ROBERT DAVIS KENNETH COLIN DAWSON CHARLES FREDERICK DELEOT CONRAD FRANKLIN DISHER 

'Watch out! I may do something "College! ! . . . You mean there's III JR. 

impressive yet." more!" » Too |ow they bui | d wno bui | d be _ .< Now comes tne rea | challenge!" 

neath the stars." 








JENNIE LOU DIVINE 



MARY BETHEL DIXSON 



SYLVIA DIANE DUNFORD WILLIAM EARL II 

0r fJDi the . 9U V_ !r ' "\ ut s ° me are " See e * er V thina <' overlook a great "The surest way not to fail is to "I just want a 420 horsepower wild 
looking to the stars. deal; correct a little." determine to succeed." turkey!" 



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KINDEST 

Vicki Currin and Alan Clowes 




JAMES SCOTT EDWARDS JOHN MAIGRIT ELLEN 

"There shallow drafts intoxicate the "Speech is silver; silence is golden." 
brain, and drinking largely sober us 
again." 




LARRY DOUGLAS ELLISON 

'Like them all, but love only one.' 



MARTHA ANN ELLISON 

'For every why there is a because.' 









MYRA ELLEN ENDERS LYNN MARIE ERNEST DONALD JERRY EVERHART WENDELL ELLIOT EYSENBACH 

"To have joy one must share it; "Our hours in love have wings; in "Best things in life come after "The foot is used for walking but 
happiness was born a twin." absence crutches." graduation." often hinders talking. 



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LORA LAKE FALEY ANNE PEYTON FEARRINGTON JAMES EDGAR FINLAYSON JAMES THOMAS FORD 

"There is a tide . . . taken at the "I never saw a wild thing sorry for III "A man must make his opportunity, 

"Smallness of mind is inversely pro- 
portional to the size of the mouth." 



flood, leads on to fortune." 



itself.' 



as oft as find it.' 





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GIOIA MARIA FRAHM 



BONITA ANNE FRANCIS 



JACK NOWELL FROST 



FRANCES JO FULP 



'You cannot know how I, do think "Love is a virtue that can not be "Beware what you dream, for dreams "I have a heart with room for every 
of you — and weep." surpassed." sometimes come true." joy." 







WILLIAM MARSHALL FULP MARY ANN FULTON 

JR- "Procrastination is the thief of time. 

What's done cannot be undone/ but 
one can prevent it's happening 
again." 



ROBERT IRVING FULTON TOMMIE LYNN FULTZ 

"Expect the unexpected and you will "I remember past, enjoy present, and 
not be disappointed." look with happiness to future." 



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JOE ELLIS GADDY JR. CLAIRE RAMSEY GAINES WALTER LESTRADE GILBERT JUDITH MERRILL GILMORE 

supposedly make the world, "Joys are our wings; sorrows our "Be silent and safe — silence never "My heart remembers, and for the 
ithout Faith, who knows?" spurs." betrays you." gladness of our having met, is 

greateful. 





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ELIZABETH CAROL GLENN VIVIAN DIANNE GOBBLE 

'It's nice to be natural if you are "Variety is the spice of life." 

naturally nice." 



CAROL JEAN GOUGH EDWARD KRIDER GRAHAM 

'Be a friend to all, but love only "Nothing is impossible to a willing 
one." heart." 




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PATRICIA JANE GRAHAM ROBERT WIKE GRAHAM 

"Thanks for the many wonderful "All comes to him who waits; why 
memories." hurry?" 



GEORGE COFFEY GREENE ROSEMARY LANE GREENWOOD 

. . only time can prove a true "Dreams that you dare to dream 

man's worth." really do come true. 



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PEGGY JOYCE GREER 





SUSAN KERR GREESON 



EDMOND COLLINS GREGORY 




'Let your hook be always cast; "Silence is deep as Eternity; Speech "I think I will do it tomorrow, 
there will be a fish." is shallow as Time." have made enough mistakes today." 



ANN CAROL GRIFFIN 

don't know — I can't say, for to- 
morrow is another day." 





ADELE JEANNETTE HAASE BRUCE QUENTIN HAND CATHERINE LEWIS HANNA LINDA JUDITH HARDING 

'Be yourself and let the^ rest of the "Happiness is found in working "Keep your face to the sunshine and "Second thoughts are wise, but im- 
world go by." diligently, no matter what the task." you cannot see the shadow." pulses are preferred." 







GRACE ELIZABETH HARRILL BARBARA KATE HARRIS BETTY BERNICE HARRIS ELIZABETH MASTEN HARRIS 



'Betty' — Will you stop talking so 
1 can get in a word?" 



. . I have promises to keep And "Speech is the mirror of souls: as "Blow out your candles, but keep 
miles to go before I sleep." man speaks, so is he." the match lighted." 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Robin Beach and Chuck Matthews 




NOEL STERLING HARRIS CYNTHIA KATHERINE 

". . . the window in this prison of hope HARRISON 

through which we look into eternity." "Koy" — "Character is the true mea- 
surer of success and happiness." 




WILLIAM CALVIN HARRISON JANET DAPHINE HARROLD 

"Good words are worth much, and "A person may discover that hap- 
cost little." piness cannot be bought with gold." 





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DAVID HERBERT HAUSER LINDA LOUISE HAUSER PHILIP THOMAS HAUSER NANCY LOUISE HAWKINS 

'The reward of a thing well done is "It is harder to conceal ignorance "I'm not lost, but I sometimes won- "A '[Hle^nonsenie^ n °^_.f nd .„^ l J, en ' 



to have done it." 



than to acquire knowledge." 



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is relished by the wisest men.' 



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JAMES EDWARD HAYES JR. 



ROBERT EUGENE HAYES 



"Good fortune comes to those who "Life without industry is guilt; in- 
seek it, through some don't care. dustry without art is brutality." 



JANET CELESTE HAYNES 

"Like me as I am, or not at all." 



BEN JOSEPH HEMRICK 

"The secret to wisdom is a close 
mouth and open eyes." 






BOYD TILLETTE HENDRIX 

"Speak softly and carry a big stick." 



ROBERT MICHAEL HENRY SHIRLEY ANNE HERNDON CHARLES COLUMBUS HICKS 

'If all things were white, then there "Pleasure is the flower that fades; "She's real fine, my 292." 

would be no bad." remembrance lasting perfume." 








ALAN LEE HILL 



DENNIS ANN HILL 



WANDA RUTH HILL 



MARY ELIZABETH HINKLE 



Only one love have I, to keep until "Just give me a PEANUT and I "The unspoken word never does "See everything, overlook a qreat 
I die. will k a . A »i.f; n j " i ii j 'i -_ . ,. 3 



will be satisfied 



harm.' 



deal, correct a little." 



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WILLIAM DAVID HOBBS JR. DONNA KATHERYN HOLDER JANICE HOLTON THOMAS E. HOLTON JR. 

•The flightly purpose never is o'r "A face without freckles is like a night "What in me dark illumine, what is Tom "the bomb" Fire that apple. 



took unless the deed go with it." 



without stars." 



low raise and support.' 











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MICHAEL PENNA HOLZBAUR RAYMOND JACKSON HOOTS HAROLYN GWYNN HOUSTON CHARLES VERNON HOWELL 




MADELINE JANETTE INGLE 

"With a song in my heart." 



ROBERT RAY ISAACS JR. 

"It is a tale told by idiot. . . .' 



SUSAN WALKE JAMES BRENDA DeLOIS JOHNSON 

Fool me once, shame on you; fool "To sail a ship— yoU ( need a good 
me twice, shame on me." Skipper. 



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DACA MARIA JOHNSON EDMUND WILKINS JOHNSON RALPH STEPHEN JOHNSON 

love the things i love tor what "A little nonsense now and then is "In the great hand ot God I stand." 
they are." relished by the wisest men." 



SARAH MORRIS JOHNSON 

'Life is nothing without happiness.' 






DAVID ANDERSON JONES 



JOHNNY WAYNE JONES 



'Never trust a girl with more than "A little nonsense now and then is 

you can stand to lose." relished by the wisest men." 



KATHERINE ROSE JOYCE WILLIAM CAGER JUSTICE JR. 

"Music is the speech of angels; in "The future will test the years spent 
fact, nothing is so divine." here." 




STEPHEN WAYNE KATES 

"To have a friend, be a friend." 





JANE ELIZABETH KEIGER 




GLENN RAY KELLY 



LYNDA ELLEN KETCHIE 



'Life is half spent before we know "Come what, come may. Time and the "Friendship is Love without his 
what it is." hours runs through the roughest day." wings." 



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LYNN ELAINE KIMBALL 



LARRY LESLIE KIMEL 



CHARLOTTE ANN KING 



DAN GAITHER KING 



"Where the heart lies let the brain "Look to the future with knowledge "There's no art to find the mind's "True to himself, true to his friends, 
lie also." gained in the past." construction in the face." true to his duty always." 





STAR KINNEY 



NANCY ELLEN KIRBY JANICE CAROLE KITTiNGER 



STERLING E. KNORR 



"The world looks brighter behind a "Years mature into fruit, yet some "Love is a fire against which there "Confound it, who stole my T.V. 
smile." small seeds of moments outlive them." is no insurance." set." 





CHRISTOPHER KROUSTALIS STEPHEN JOSEPH KULANKO EVERETTE STEPHEN LACKEY WILLIAM ARNOLD LAMBETH 

'Utilitas efflorescit ex amicitia, eti- "Variety is the spice of life." "When in doubt, do the friendliest III 

thing." "Wenn ein Frosch hatte den Flugel, 

er wurde nicht gesto en seine Butte." 



amsi tu earn minus secutus sis." 



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.,„,»«* rtitomiatei 






LAWRENCE CRADLE LAMM OSCAR KENT LaROQUE III MARY SUSAN LATTA MARY ANN LAUGHTER 

"All that you are i* a result of what "Anything worth doing is worth doing "When your face is toward the sun "Echo waits with art and care 

you have thought. well." rne shadows fall behind you." And will the faults of song repair.' 





*$?#YT%& t ' 




VICKY LEE LAWRENCE HORACE KLEBER LEE JR. 

'Happiness is the greatest gift of all." "Small as I am, the ends of the earth 

are my Goals." 






SARA ELIZABETH LINDAU MARY MARTHA LIVENGOOD 

'If I must say stupid things, let me "Act well your part, there all the 

not say them solemnly." honor lies." 



BEST LOOKING 

Charles Deleot and Dariel Saunders 



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JAMES ALBERT LOWDER LESLIE JANE MADDOCKS 

will get ahead because I need "Judge not, that ye be not judged." 
one." 



JOHN BUCKNER MALCOLM MARILYN AKERS MARCUSON 

"On the right track, you'll get run "Truth worth is being , not seeming." 
over if you just sit there." 




EDDIE LEE MARION PATRICIA GAYLE MARKUNAS THOMAS L. MARTIN WILLIAM FOY MARTIN 

will study and get ready, and per- "A smile is the language everyone "For to me to live is Christ and to "You don't have to play a sport to 
haps my chance will come." understands." die is gain." be one." 






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RITA T. MATHES CHARLES ODELL MATTHEWS JAMES RICHARD MEDITZ 

'Knowledge is son of youth's brighter II "May I live all the days of my life. 

d °y- "Men do less than they ought, unless 

they do all they can." 



SHAROL MARIE MEHLEN 

"What you are going to be, you are 
steadily now becoming." 



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WILLIAM STEPHEN LINDA SUE MILES 

MIDDLETON "Yesterday has past, tomorrow has 

'Beware of what you want for you vet c »nie; only today is ours, 

shall surely get it." 




RITA BRICE MILLER 

'Honor is the subject of my story." 




WILLIAM JEFFERY MILLER 

"Where there's a will, there's a way.' 



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MARY HARRIETTE MILLS JANE ELIZABETH MINTON MARY AUDREY MITCHELL NICHOLAS WORTH MITCHELL 



weep and you weep alone. 



won some victory for humanity. 



and not to yield." 



JR. 

"Friendship is the highest degree of 
perfection in society." 




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JOHN ALLAN MOCK 

'Forsan it haec olim meminisse 
juvabit." 



NANCY JEAN MOHR ETHEL LENORA MOSER 

"Thou hast giv'n so much, give one "I said to myself — I said — 'Uh, Self 
thing more, a grateful heart." 



SANDRA KAY MOTSINGER 

"Let us watch well our beginnings and 
results well manage themselves." 



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MOST INTELLECTUAL 

Kent Wilcox and Robin Beach 






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JOHN WILSON MUNFORD HAZEL EVELYN MURRAY 

'Look like the innocent flower, but "Over the rainbow is where I will find 
be the serpent under it." my dream." 




GORDON STAPLES MYERS DONALD JAMES McCLENNY 

"Always smile, and people will wonder "The walls are old; memories too; 

What you've been up to." But Reynolds will always be new." 







GABRIELLE MARIA McCLUNG LARRY RICHARD McELFRESH CAROLYN JO ANN McKNIGHT DAVID LEE McKNIGHT 

"I'm smiling but with tears in my "The wise shall inherit glory; shame "I'll remember always, the good old "Look Like the innocent flower, but 
eyes." shall be the promotion of fools." days at C. H." be the serpent under it. 



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LIDDELL McLEOD 

'Forsan it haec olim meninisse 
iuvabit." 




SARA GORDON NASH 

'The world is yours for a smile." 




CHARLES HYLTON NEAL 

"Tis a dark night when we venture 
forth." 



JEAN ELOISE NEWELL 

'Laughter is the doctor of spirits, 
Music is the medic of souls." 




ELIZABETH MOIR NORMAN CAROL ANN OEHMAN 




"Of all the things you wear, your 
expression is the most important." 



"A dream is a wish your heart 
makes." 



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PETER ALLEN ORR PATRICIA LOVE ORRELL 

'Might as well; I can't remember and "Friendship like sound health, is not 
it's too wet to plow." valued highly until it is lost." 






CARL AUGUST ORTON SANDRA DIANE PACE EDWARD EUGENE PAGETT 

L ° 0k hL k ?h2 «,n»!!? e .?n. fl ^ r ' but " Every situati °" > Mfe may bring its "Eddie 'Poo'— Any day of the week. 



be the serpent under it.' 



own peculiar pleasures." 



ENGVALL "GARY" PAHR- 
IVERSEN 

"When shall we meet again, in 
thunder, lightning, or in rain." 



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HOWARD LEE PARDUE JR. ROBERT SHEPHERD PAYNE LINDA FAYE PEELE CHARLES EDWARD PETERS 

'It matters not what people think "tale told by an idiot, full of sound "Love ever gives — Forgives — Outlives "To be faithful, a trust never broken.' 
you are, but what you are." and fury, signifying nothing." — And ever stands with open hands." 





LINDA CAROLYN PETTUS WILLIAM HORTON PETREE JAMES WINANS 

'Have a smile for everyone, and they JR. PFEFFERKORN 

"Be ye steadfast, unmovable, always "I hate quotations. Tell me what you 
abounding in the work of the Lord." know." 



will have a smile for you." 



ROBERT EUGENE PHILIPS 

"Possunt, quir posse videntur." 






GRADY SAMUEL PHILLIPS JO ANN PICKETT JIMMY RANDOLPH PINKHAM EDWIN LEE PLOWMAN 

'The attempt and not the deed eon- "If you can't do great things, do "The world as ugly, ay, as sin, and "What you are going to be, you are 
founds us." small things in a great way!" almost as delightful." now becoming. 



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RUTH ESTHER PLYLER 

'Have a purpose in life; use God's 
gifts of mind and muscle." 



PEGGIE ELIZABETH 
POINDEXTER 

"You grow up the day you have your 
first real laugh — at yourself." 




JEAN CAROL POLEY 

"White-caps and doctors orders.' 



W'XyW'-' M''' yJ0' : ■i y 4' 





JOEL LANCE POOLE 

"Today Reynolds, tomorrow the world.' 




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MARY LOUISE POPE 

"Butch" — "He who cannot win new 
friends has lost the art to live." 



KATHY SUZANNE PORTH 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful 

countenance." 



CHARLOTTE ANNE POWERS 

'You can never appreciate it fully . . 

until you have lost it." 



CYNTHIA JANE PRATT 

"Live each day as if there were no 
tomorrow." 







SANDRA LANE PRESEREN 

'Beware of what you want, for you 
shall surely get it." 



CAROLYN MARIE PRICE 



BETTE JO PULLIAM 



DORIS DAWN PULLIAM 



neVe a r n yb°o U a-v or^anvlhin^' ' '° Ve "" """f "'E ,? he < e ° Use S f death ' " With a ne * daw " «>"•«« " "*w day. 
anypoay, or anything. | would live forever." 



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PHILIP CLIFFORD RAKE 

'Don't wear your wish-bone where your 
back-bone ought to be." 



DON CROSSLEY RAKER 

'He who limps is still walking." 



THOMAS LARRY REAVIS 

'Live life, every golden minute of it." 



NANCY ELLEN REECE 

"As the twig is bent, so grows the 
tree." 




GEORGE HAMILTON REID 

'Your sole contribution to the sum of 
things is yourself." 




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VIRGINIA BALFOUR REID 

"If you do not think about the 
future, you cannot have one." 





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SUSAN REBECCA REIFFIN GEORGANN LEE RICHARDSON 

"The longest journey begins with a "With Telstar and Relay, the future 
single step." looks bright." 










SANDRA RUTH RITCHIE JAMES HENRY ROBINSON 

"A smile is a language that everyone "The only gift is a portion of thyself.' 
understands." 



DONNA LOUISE ROGERS 

"Success is a state of mind." 



BRUCE ALEXANDER ROSE 

"See everything, overlook a great 
deal, correct a little." 



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GLENDA JO RUFF 



AMERISA SUE RUSSOS 



'Happiness does not lie in the future, "Love thy enemy, it will drive him 
but in the present." crazy." 



JOHN MICHAEL SAMARAS 
"Unus pro omnem, et omnis pro me.' 





LILLA MARLANE SAMPLE 



DARIEL LEE SAUNDERS 



thought dreams were in the moon, "The great use of life is to spend it 
but I only found gold." for something that outlasts it." 





ELIZABETH MARSHALL 

SAMS 

"Faith strengthens; hope sustains; 

love endures." 




VIRGINIA ANN SCALES ALICE VIRGINIA SCHAUM 

"The haste of a fool is the slowest "Silence is for the saints; I am but 
thing in the world." human." 



FRIENDLIEST 

Alan Clowes and Molly Thornton 



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SUZANNE MARIE SCHMIDT 

"Laught and be merry; remember, 
better the world with a song." 






ROBERT MICHAEL PRISCILLA MARY SCHOCK 

SCHNEIDER "Stop the world! I want to get off." 

"No man is an island, no man stands 
alone." 






JANE GARNER SHERRILL 

"Possum, quia posse videor." 




PEGGY ANN SHIELDS 

'It's all over but the memories." 



MARGARET LYNNE SHORE LARRY JAMES SHUTT PHYLLIS JEAN SLAWTER 

"A smile cost nothing; but creates "Why take life seriously, you will "Life is cheerful when one carries a 
much." never get out of it alive." treasure in his heart. 




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BILLY LEE SMITH CAROL ANN SMITH DON LANE SMITH KATHERINE LaVASSEUR 

'The days of our youth, are the days "To one who waits, a moment seems "Do the difficult immediately, because SM 

of our glory." a year." the impossible may take longer. "Nothing great is ever achieved with- 



out enthusiasm.' 



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LARRY EUGENE SMITH 

"Twangy" strings upon the sands — 
these memories are written in gold! 



SHIRLEY ANN SMITH ALMA FAYE SMOOT GILBERT EDWIN SOUTHERN 

"The King shall be a beggarman — the "It was Love that planted happiness JR 

pauper be a king." wherever hearts are found." »«,„ „ , _„» _ .. „„ 

Shall I not assume the post? 






STEPHEN ANDRE SPARKS JOHN EDWARD SPAULDING CLAUDIA ANNE SPEAS MARY KEITH SPENCER 



"Through life on searches for happi- "But signs of nobleness, like stars 
ness and peace-of-mind. shall shine on all deservers." 



"Nothing great or small is ever 
achieved without enthusiasm." 



'We will proceed no further in this 
business." 




CAROL SUE SPILLMAN 

"She's little, she's spry, there's mis- 
chief in her eye." 







CHARLES MONROE BARBARA ANNE STALEY GERALD DIGGS STALLINGS 

SPRINKLE JR. "it matters not what you're thought "A dream is a precious wish your 

"Today is the tomorrow ybu worried to De / but what you are." heart makes." 
about yesterday." 



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MOST ATHLETIC 

Martha Jo Chambers and Dickie Walker 




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BEVERLY VIRGINIA STANLEY WILLIAM RICHARD STEWART 

"What we learn with pleasure, we "I am a part of all that I have met." 
never forget." 







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MARTHA FAYE STONE MAX HOLT STRADER JR. 

To a girl, a thing of beauty is a "Whatever you think, don't ever- 
boy forever." unless you will. 




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CHRISTINA AGNES 
STRICKLAND 

"Chrissy" — "It's all over but 
memories." 






MARY CREELMAN STUART MERRY SUSAN SWANSON MARK AVETT SWARINGEN 

'May we always aspire to lift her "The joys I've had in knowing you "The only way to have a friend is to 
banners higher." will last my whole life through." be one. 



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RANDOLPH STEWART TESTO ANN CHARLES THACKER 

"Why take one when you can have "When duty whispers low, 'Thou must, 
them all!" The youth replies, 'I can!' " 



BETTY PAT THOMAS 

'I stand amid the eternal ways, and 
what is mine shall know my face." 



DIXIE GAY THOMAS 

"Happiness is a rare wine which 
seems insipid to a vulgar taste." 





SUSAN REBECCA THOMAS ELMER HARVEY THOMERSON HUGO MICHAEL THOMERSON PENELOPE THOMPSON 

6 9r « , rTs1 i ou°sof a „ , o , „ S e." iS *° * " A PP-' *he innocent, and say it with "Mike"_"the set of the sou. deter- "Every time it rains, it rains penny' 



sincerity 



mines the goal.' 



from heaven. 





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SONYA KING THOMPSON MOLLY RUTH THORNTON MICHAEL FRANCIS THRIFT 

£^™I*JL n JL..! hin J J _ t hat 'f. easv "Character is the true measure of "Smi 

weep and you weep alone." 



to get nowadays— confused"! "" """" "ViTc'eess and happiness." 5 "' 6 °' " Smi, i-- n _ d }*f w . orld smile . s wi, . h V "' " Th e protection and freedom of life 



CAROL SUE TOBIN 

protection and freedom 
determines what is right or wrong.' 



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JOHN THOMAS TRIVETTE CAROLYN ELAINE TUCKER 



GEORGIA HOLT TOMLINSON ROSA PELH AM TRENT 

"Come what come may, time and the "Although there are tears in, my eyes, "They said it couldn't be done! But "My P«njo«hoM|, to Mil beyond the 
hour runs through the roughest day." I am still laughing." it was! 






JOHN WILLIAM TUCKER PATRICIA ANN TUCKER 

"Time and the hour runs through the "If worry was the cause of death, 
roughest day." would live forever. 



EDWARD LAWRENCE JANET HARRELL TURNER 

TURNER "Life is wonderful when sharing 

"Great is truth, and mighty above all " ith * hat s » e£ial one " 
things." 




REUBEN GRAY TUTTLE III HORACE HENRY VANCE III JAMES PETER VAN DORSTEN T,M0 ™ Y RN M A N LC0LM 

' MUS "< Whe ?he°merry?" die ' "^ '^SX^^&P** "* ^ ^^^ 9 °° d *" "And a., our Knowledge is ourselves 



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JONATHAN KARL VICKERS 

'Where there's a wire, there's a way.' 



ERIC SAYLE WAINER 

"Starting anew, face to face with 

destiny." 



HARRISON HENRY WALKER 
JR. 

"A person with a great imagination is 
a person with wings but no feet." 



JOAN CAROL WALLER 

'It's all over but the memories.' 




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'Tifthlf | L f UIS rf WARFF0RD VIRGINIA ANN WARREN WESLEY MAURICE WEAVER HAROLD CLARK WEBSTER 

Tis what I love jleterm.nes how I "The heart has eyes that the brain III JR 

"I know not what the future holds; "I am never lost; People always tell 
I know who holds the future." me where to go." 



love.'' 



knows nothing of.' 




JEAN ANDERSON WEEKS CLAUDE HUGH WELLS III 

'Let God take your hand and you will "The night is long that never finds 

the day." 



STEPHEN LEE WHICKER 



stand.' 



CHARLES WADE 

WESTMORELAND «, f anything is worthwhile, we usually 

"Beware of what you want because have to work for it." 

you shall surely get it!" 



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EVA MARIE WHITAKER 

'Do thy duty; that is best; leave 

unto the Lord the rest." 






CARY HELEN WHITE GEORGE NEWTON WHITE JR. STEPHEN WILLIS WHITE 

'Do not squander time; that is the "The reward of a thing well done is "One eye thou hast, to look to Heaven 
stuff life is made of." having done it." for grace." 





KENT WESTBROOK WILCOX CAROLYN HELEN WILLIAMS CAROL CLEVELAND WINDER 



"The will to do, the soul to dare." 



"Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow "Be not simply good, but good for 
you may die." something. 



JOHN CHRSTIAN WILSON 

could not hope to touch the sky, 
with my two arms." 




WILLIAM CHARLES WILSON 

"It was a rough night!" 



JESSE THOMAS WOOD JR. PAUL NATHANIEL WOOD GAIL CATHERINE WRIGHT 

'The best thing in life is free, but "He hath no leisure who useth it "The prologue is w;'**, e "J now wr,te 
hard to find." no*- tBe p,ay- 



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VICTORIA JOYCE YOKELEY 

"Youth's a stuff will not endure." 



HOWARD McNEILL YOST HARVEY NATHANIEL YOUNG ROBERT THOMAS YOUNG 

"There's not art to find the minds JR <<« ■. ... 

construction in the face " ,. n t t . One who never turned h.s back, but 

Do unto others as you would have marched breast forward, 
them do unto you." 






VICKI ROSE YOUNG ERNEST HARSHAW YOUNT III 

. . nothing is but what is not." "The beginning is the most important 

part of the work." 










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BEST ALL AROUND 

Rick Crowder and Sara Nash 



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Forced smiles and formality 





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The mouseketeers at attention 



Reading for parallel points occupies the 
time of Reynolds students. 




Off to the beauty pageant 



They used to have some wild parties. 





Eddie needs help, as usual. 



Dance with me, Charlie. 





Their enthusiasm stirs the crowd. 



Does she or doesn't 
she? 





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Wilburn 



The wildest of the James 
gang graduates. 




Nick, you're at the wrong 
pond! 





I thought this was a pri- 
vate bath. 



Pete, Peter, 
whoop it up 



Charl 
at a 



ie, Martin, a 
night spot. 



Caroline looks very sure of 
nd Joe herself while out on a limb Dixie hasn't taken her cheerleading 
with Ellen. shoes off since she got them. 




In one of their quieter 
moments 






Elaine's 
Tarzan. 



was always 



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For organizing class activities, 
translating Cicero and Virgil, or 
simply giving us advice, the senior 
class of 1963 is deeply appreciative 
of our class sponsor, Mrs. Margaret 
McDermott. Without her guidance 
and wit, our high school year would 
not have been as profitable or as 
enjoyable. All the seniors who have 
known Mrs. McDermott will always 
hold her memory deep within their 
hearts and will miss her greatly in 
future years. 





Throughout the year Mrs. McDermott works 
with the Executive Committee on senior ac- 
tivities. 



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I he benior Class chose brother of 
Susan James, Whit, and sister of Ann 
Laughter, Susan, as the Senior Mas- 
cots. ' 



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In order to raise money for the Shriner's Hospital, each 
year boys are chosen from various schools in North and 
South Carolina to participate in the Shrine Bowl which 
is held in Charlotte, N. C. This year our school was 
honored by having two outstanding football players 
chosen: Joe Gaddy, blocking back, and Bob Graham, 
center. 



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Chosen by the first and second year journalism students, 
Elaine Tucker received the honor of Journalism Student 
of the Year. Elaine, a second-year student, is Co-Editor 
of the Black and Gold and serves as a reporter for the 
Pine Whispers. 







Selected from all junior girls, Ruth Black- 
well was chosen as D.A.R. Good citizen for 

1962-63. Excellence in leadership, char- 
acter, and citizenship were the basis for 
this honor. 





In a city-wide essay contest, sponsored by 
the Winston-Salem Jaycees, Robin Beach 
received the title of Teenager of the Year. 

The requirements for this honor were 
character, academic and social leadership, 
and service to school and community. 



Each year, Student of the Year is selected 
by the journalism classes not only for ac- 
ademic accomplishment but also for the 
part the student takes in extra curricular 
activities and in service to our school. This 
year Ellen Kirby was selected Student of 
the Year. 

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Senior Scribes 



First row: Caroline Carlton, Ruth Blackwell, Jennie Lou Divine 
Robin Beach, Ellen Kirby, Judy Gilmore. Second row: Chris Wil- 



son, Jim Ballard, Jim Pinkham, Steve Bradford, David Bell. 




Senior Executive Committee 



ET/K, t£ f WerS ' DaV ' d H ° bbs ' Sandra Clifton ' Bever| V Stan- 
ey, Molly Thornton, treasurer; Ellen Kirby, secretary; Robin Beach 
vice-president; Peter Van Dorsten, president. Second row: Mike 



Thrift, Joan Waller, Judy Gilmore, Shaw Yount, Ji 
Jo Fulp, Steve Sparks. Not pictured: Susan James. 



mmy Pfferkorn, 



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ROGER PIKE 

President 




PAM HUBAND 

Vice-President 




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KIT ISLEY 

Secretary 




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BETTY FORESTER 

Treasurer 



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Mrs. Craft and Mrs. Cecil help the Juniors plan class activities. 



UNIORS 
CLASS of '64 




More than one half of the Junior Class studies chemistry. 



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Alfred Adams 
James Alderman 
Barbara Allen 
Thomas Allred 
William Alsup 
Mary Jane Amos 
Michael Andres 



Kay Anthony 
Bob Arey 
Eddie Arrington 
Melissa Artman 
Betsy Ashburn 
Steve Aspden 
Pat Austin 



Bettie Jean Avererte 
Lucia Baggs 
Bert Bahnson 
Lynn Baker 
Edith Baldwin 
Helen Baldwin 
Susan Barber 



Susan Barnes 
Gregg Barton 
Judy Bates 
Martha Bates 
Alton Beard 
James Beck 
Linda Bennett 



John Benson 
Harriet Bernhard 
Jane Biles 
Don Binkley 
Jean Binkley 
Nancy Black 
Rana Blackford 



David Blalock 
Grace Bollinger 
Lee Bost 
Linda Bostic 
Mary Bouldin 
Richard Bowden 
Sammy Boyte 



Ann Branch 
Dee Brandon 
Bill Braswell 
Kenneth Breedlove 
Lynn Brenner 
Susan Brewer 
Don Britt 



Eddie Brockhauser 

Linda Brockwell 

Chuck Brown 

Jean Brown 

Linda Brown 

Mary Margaret Brown 

Patricia Brown 



Vicki Brown 
Sharon Bruce 
Emily Bryant 
Patsy Burks 
George Burns 
Tommy Bush 
James Butner 







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Arthur Crosswell 
Kathryn Crouch 
Peggy Crouse 
Charles Crump 
Carol Crutchfield 
Patty Cryner 



Danny Culler 
Jimmie Current 
David Daetwyler 
Samuel Daniel 
Judy Darnell 
Chester David 
Madeline Davis 



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Tom Davis 
Tom Dawson 
Charles Day 
Bonnie Deal 
Harvie Ann Deal 
Judi Dean 



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Annette Diemer 
Buddy Dixson 
Charlie Doub 
Nancy Drage 
John Drew 
Leigh Durham 



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Thomas Byrd 
John Caffey 
Teresa Callison 
Tommy Calloway 
Alexander Campbell 
Judy Cann 



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Dickson Michael Capps 
Paul Cason 
Ronald Caudle 
Howard Chambers 
Richard Chambers 
Martha Chappell 



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Jonathon Cheney 
Jerry Chilton 
Nancy Christie 
Susan Clark 
Charles Clary 
Bill Clifton 



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Ginger Cobb 
Stanley Coe 
Carma Collins 
Larry Collins 
Billie Combs 
Georgia Conrad 




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Mary Edwards 
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Larry Ellison 
Jackie Erickson 
Libby Evans 
Larry Joe Everhart 
Shelia Everhart 



Larry Faircloth 
Jeff Farran 
Linda Ferrell 
Charles Finwall 
Thomas Finwall 
Charles Fletcher 
Lee Fletcher 



Linda Flowers 
Kay Foltz 
Bee Forrester 
Steve Foster 
Marilyn Fowler 
Kathy Fox 
James Frazier 



Becky Freeman 
Philip Froelich 
Molly Frost 
Bill Frye 
Sheila Fulton 
Judith Gantt 
Kay Gilliam 



Nancy Gilliland 
Jean Ann Goin 
Bill Goodson 
Rusty Goodwin 
Steve Googe 
Judy Gordon 
Dennise Graves 



Bill Gray 
Ann Greer 
Dill Hagan 
Anna Hall 
Danny Hancock 
Bruce Hand 
James Hanes 



Kay Haney 
Gwendolyn Hanna 
Patsy Harbuck 
Helen Harmon 
Libby Harris 
Bill Harrison 
David Hauser 



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Steve Hayes 
Margaret Haynes 
Jane Heath 
Marty Hedrick 
Ben Hemrick 
Cynthia Henderson 




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Elda Hepler 
Nancy Hester 
Robby Hibbits 
Sherry Hilker 
Laura Hill 



Marcia Hill 
Richard Hill 
R. L. Hill 
Charles Holder 
Helen Holder 
Pat Holder 
Beth Holzbaur 



Gayle Honeycutt 
William Houck 
Betty Lou Howell 
Pam Huband 
Eddie Hubbard 
Bobby Hudspeth 
Marjie Huffstetler 



Susan Huffstetler 
Elaine Huffstickler 
Martha Hummel 
Kit Isley 
Larry Isom 
James Jackson 
Joy Jarvis 



Gale Jenkins 
Gordon Jenkins 
David John 
Bill Johnson 
Carol Johnson 
Carolyn Johnson 
Joyce Johnson 



Harvey Jones 
Jean Jones 
Michael Jones 
Steve Kates 
Dorothy Keaton 
Cheri Kessler 
Beth Killam 



Byron Kimball 
Sylvia King 
Skip Kirby 
Julia Kirkman 
Beth Kirsch 
Susan Klein 
Sylvia Kruger 



Bob Kulp 
Suzanne Lackey 
Butch Lacky 
Carter Lambeth 
Kay Landolina 
Sandra Landreth 
Linda Lash 



Frankie Lashmit 
Barbara Lavietes 
Michael Lowing 
Meldine Layton 
Sue Leake 
Betty Lee 
Ruth Lee 




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Jean Levin 
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Dinah Little 
Mack Little 
Mark Little 
Nancy Little 
Tommy Livengood 
Robert Lorber 



James Lowder 
Dee Dee Lund 
Harold Lund 
Brenda Lynch 
Brenda Madden 
Carolyn Maddrey 
Terry McAden 



Walter Many 
Jimmy Martin 
Sherry Martin 
Tommy Martin 
Jerry Massey 
John Masten 
Mary Lou Masten 



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Phillip Mayrand 
James McCracken 
Masten Melton 
Jeanie Menius 
Bob Merritt 
Janie Meschan 



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John Middleton 
Frank Miller 
Grace Mitchell 
Kathy McLean 
Joe McMichael 
Anne Mock 



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Carole Moore 
Gary Moore 
Jerry Morgan 
Frank Morris 
Harold Morse 



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Mary Catherine 

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Arlene Mularczyk 
Mark Murphy 
Brock Murray 
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Tom Park 
Jane Payne 
Roger Payne 
Frankie Peace 
Judy Pearce 
Carol Peterson 



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Mary Ann Phillips 
Patty Phillips 
Janet Pike 
Roger Pike 
Ann Pilcher 
Steve Pinkson 



Charles Plitt 
Lynn Pou 
Pete Poulos 
Ivan Price 
David Pruett 
Sharon Prusak 
Cheryl Pulliam 



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Jeri Reaves 
John Reaves 
Eddie Redmond 
Barbara Reid 
Billie Sue Reynolds 
Richard Rhode 



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Rita Rice 
Bonnie Richardson 
Richard Robins 
Trish Roberts 
Ronnie Robertson 
Joan Robinson 



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Nancy Robinson 
Charlotte Anne Roe 
Mike Rodgers 
Ina Rominger 
Tommy Rosemond 
Diane Rourke 



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Hege Russ 
Jo Ann Russell 
Sandy Russell 
Ellen Salmons 
John Samaras 
Jeannie Sams 

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Ronald Short- 
Robert Shouse 
Joseph Sides 
Jeannette Sills 
Baxter Slaughter 
Sharon Sloan 



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Jo Ann Smith 
Laura Smith 
Lilona Smith 
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Sharon Smith 
Brenda Snow 



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Ronnie Spillman 
Charles Spriggs 
Bill Spry 
Roger Staley 
Scott Stanley 
Steve Stillman 



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Alice Stewart 
John Stewart 
Sarah Jane Stewart 
William Stewart 
Janice Stiff 
Juidith Stith 



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David Stroupe 
Mike Strub 
Terri Strug 
Marty Sugg 
Prissy Swaim 
Steve Swain 



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Jimmy Tate 
Carolyn Taylor 
Zell Taylor 
Pam Teague 
Butch Tesh 
Joe Testo 



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Herb Thomas 
Charles Thompson 
Phyllis Thompson 
Steve Thrift 
Robert Thurston 
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Sharon Vernon 
Ruth Wade 
Brenda Walker 
Jane Waller 
Jackie Walsh 
Kathy Walters 



Michael Waltrip 
Tom Ward 
Janice Ware 
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FRANK MURPHY 

President 






Mrs. Fearrington sponsors the sophomore class. 





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Sophomores adjust to their first year in senior high. 



BETTY BENTON 

Secretary 



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10-A 

First Row: S. Ends, R. Cox, K. Long, L. Edwards, K. Peoples, A. Dunn. Third Row: J. Skinner, M. A. Walker, D. Toy, D. Masters, 

Northington, B. Adams. Second Row: D Harrison M. Snow, V. L. Oakley, R. Bell, T. Gentle, R. Watts, F. Conrad, D. Wolfe. 

Disher, C. Papas, H. Ray, W. Kinney, Q. Brann, P. Freeman, T. 




10-B 

First Row: J. Reynolds, J. Inabinet, D. Eubanks, M. O'Brien, B. M. Mann, J. Strug, K. Levan, Third Row: R. Thomas, D. Woodruff, 

Foster, T. Davis, J. Callison, M. Andrus, B. Rucker. Second Row: B. Goslen, S. Jacobson, T. Getchell, R. Weaver, B. Reavis, F. 

N. Lehr, B. McEvan, S. Gilbert, C. Adams, A. Byerly, B. Putney, Wiegold, B. Crutchfield. 




10-C 

First Row M. Shore, M. Collette, B. Rutledge, J. Mashburn, M. S. Gordon, R. Meschan, D. Day, P. Godwin, E. Robertson, M. 

Johnson, C. Alexander, J. Teague, J. Anglin, G. Caudle, J. Becker. O'Neal. Third Row: W. Hall, M. Eidson, B. Reid, J. Hagaman, M. 

Second Row: D. Woodruff, J. Foxworth, R. Saunders, B. Trotman, Allred, D. James, N. Reynolds, B. Nelson, J. Freeman, R. Horton. 



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10-D 
First Row: N. Peters, D. Reavis, J. Beck, J. Hashinger, N. Cotton, S. Peeples, S. Hammons, E. Holland. Third Row: J. Sidelinger, L. 

S. Moore, B. Ransome, B. Vestal. Second Row: B. Ingle, L. Barrett, S. Johnson, B. Armstrong, G. Fraser, R. Shaw, S. Peters, 

Bernasek, A. Sale, R. Haile, L. A. Mayo, W. Kurfees, N. Slovis, J. Davis. 




First Row: F. Schultz, C. Jones, J. Craver, P. Binkley, P. Holcomb, 
B. Patterson, J. Wilson, S. Fleenor. Second Row: D. Philo, B. Weir, 



10-E 



W. Stroder, M. Reavis, B. Pulliam, G. Dean, B. Hatton, D. Payne. 
Third Row: C. Humphreys, C. Wood, P. Hardister, M. Wade, J. 
Dule, B. Wood, J. Snow, G. Billings, G. Hester. 




First Row: E. Lide, S.Bowles N. Boger, S. Harmon, A. Barrow P. 
Reisinger, S. Hinnant, E. Ashburn, J. Carroll. Second Row: B. 
Chrysson, B. Rhudy, R. Flanders,, B. Raum, R. Lee J. Bahson, J. 



10-F 



Holzbaur 1 , J. Vanhoy, N. Kent. Third Row: L Smothers, M. Danes, 
G. Jones, S. Foltz, J. Webster, S. Craner, W. Vann, B. Sheppard, M. 
Rettinger. 



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10-G 

First Row: J. Jones, C. Rachels, J. Speas, J. Kelly, L. Skidmore, King, F. Flagler, P. Richardson. Third Row: G. Harrold, K. Leinback, 

J. Malcolm, J. Aspden, L. Stanley, R. Brantly. Second Row: K. H. Fansler, P. James, R. Elledge, B. Whitehart, B. Doss, R. Messick, 

Benton, K. Saunders, C. Hipp, L. Hart, C. Barwick, J. Rodgers, G. D. Weaver. 




10-H 

First Row: J. Fox, S. Smith, L, Clayton, G. Bondenhamer,K. Mabe, S. Holland, S. Scott. Third Row: R. White, M. Wood, T. Gentry, 

C. Mathews, N. Sessums, L. Bean, M. Schaeffer. Second Row: M. M. Sugg, R. Starbuck, T. Whitted, S. French, L. Forrest, B. Lish. 

Hartman, P. Simpson, D. Hendren, J. Baker, J. Brown, M. Spach, 




10-J 



First Row: J. Sweat, V. Sugg, B. Conrad, C. Stegall L. Snyder, 
E. Carter, L. Smith, L. Loflane. Second Row: C. Baldwin, 
D. Beck, L. McLeod, B. Mardis, C. Kennedy, G. Hill, J. Wertz, 



A. Schoenthal. Third Row: M. Fulp, T. Jones, M. Livingston, 

B. Boughman, B. Steel, D. McKenzie, J. Zapka, A. Lampert. 



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10-K 

First Row: S ■ Heffner, J. Goodman, J. Barber, P. Smoot, T. Trot- L. Stevenson, J. Makie. Third Row: D. Wommoch, J. Spaugh B 

er, R. Frye, L. W. I.amson C. Chambers. Second Row: B. Coving- Mickey, T. Vernon, D. Gasgue, B. Lane, B. Speaks, T. Stockton 

ton, M. Hunt, J. Maddocks, B. Collette, B. Tillotson, J. Cheek, 




10-L 

First Row: A. Whiteheart, C. Haase, L. Cole, C. Totherow, N. Davis, L. Messick, J. Ogburn, J. Lowe, S. Wild D Baity K Hege Third 

S. Harper, S. Brewer, A. Baumgardner, K. Vance, J. Chandler. Row: T. Jones, S. Yokeley, J. Waller, M. Morgan, R Grubbs B 

5econd Row: S. Disher, M. Yarborough, N. Mooney, L. Middleton, Temples, R. Goldberg, H. Hilker, K Davis J Matthews 




10-M 

First Row: C. Griffith, C. Crouch, B. Evans, L. Holton, B. Comas, K. K. Belt, J. Gilliam, B. Young. Third Row: T. Moser, J. Kanoy, 

L. Stith, J. Parker, E. Hampton, D. Williamson. Second Row: H. A. Barbee, C. Pearce, J. Musselwhite, Woodall, B. Hart, W. Hill' 

Walker, G. Piland, C. Warren, D. Peddycord S. Brown, P. Tucker, D. Jones. 



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10-N 

First Row: C. Yeager, B. Homer, J. Huff, J. Hawkins, J. Kale, L. Third Row: P. Randel, R. Brewer, J. Current, G. Peterson, R. Pratt, 

Ballard, S .Whitney. Second Row: W. Wilkins, G. Wilkins, G. Cook, T. Hester, M. Yates, K. Butler, R. Blackwell. 

P. Hauser, J. Holt, R. Williams, B. Vernon, D. Evans, N. Pappas. 




10-P 



First Row: R. Beard, J. Odom, M. Pettit, J. Jarrett, C. Anheir, 
I. Georgoulias, B. Bowen, P. Pratt, J. Evans. Second Row: J. 
Ammons, C. Kennington, B. Pate, J. Hollond, A. Kirby, S. Williams, 



J. Vaughn, R. Daniels, D. Redmon. Third Row: H. Leake, E. 
Brown, R. Day, N. Rentz, M. Hunt, B. Burge, J. Quincannon, P. 
Yount, C. Payne. 




10-R 

First Row: B. Jones, C. Glenn, M. Benbow, M. Jones, H. Shuit- Leipel, D. Roe. Third Row: W. Budenhamer, J. Julian, R. Marian, 

maker, P. Boyd, B. Lanier, M. Kiger. Second Row: D. Chipman, S. Estep, E. Wade, J. Reaves, T. Chilton, J. Woodall, R. Ridgill. 

L. Fitzhugh, P. Petree, G. Yeager, K. Phillips, T. Barbar, J. 



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First Row: J. Robinson, L. Glenn, D. Lawson, E. Bauman, S. Hall, 
E. Hauser, D. McNames, J. Martin, Second Row: P. Sapp, R. 
Marshall, I. Bragg, L. Beshears, L. Rominger, T. Skeen, E. Marsh, 



10-S 



H. Foster, D. Duggins. Third Row: J. Barnes, E. Cobbler, F. Brewer, 
S. Edwards, N. Nolan, J. Rodden, R. Covington, J. Loftis. 




10-T 

First Row: M. E. Hunt, J. Smith, S. Shore, E. Berry, J. Senkus, C. Griffith, B. Russell, M. Boyd, R. Peddle, J. Hauser. Third Row: 

Staley, B. Tise, D. Werner, H. Woodall, F. Everhart. Second Row: C. Bigelow, S. Price, B. Martin, B. Ruark, D. Wall, S. Crater, C. 

B. Buice, M. Sechrist, S. McCormick, B. Ludlum, L. Gibson, M. Masencup, R. Keller, P. Hege, M. Brewer. 




First Row: J. Cromer, N. Hart, M. G. McMillian, C. Oliver, C. Mat- 
thews, D. Crews, M. Everhart, S. Clapp, P. Petree, B. Brownlee, 
E. Kirby. Second Row: N. Dize, M. McMillian, B. Hill, A Simmons, 
A. Groce, J. Steelman, A. McBride, D. Smith, B. Bull, G. Morgan, 



10-V 



G. Sampte, R. Sprinkle. Third Row: J. Dobbs, R. Hemrick, T. 
Thompson, E. Berwick, D. Mock, C. Burke, A. Angel, T. Deleot, 
P. Ameen, W. Maxwell, J. Covington. 



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10-W 

First Row: H. Smith, R. Ingle, S. Culler, D. Timmons, B. McLean, Koontz, M. Hoots, Third Row: B. Dymott, K. Carter, R. Pennell, 

N. Dwiggins, B. Pfohl, C. Snyder. Second Row: P. Brumsey, S. K. Walton, H. Smith, C. Cope, M. Mulhern, D. Miller, R. Barn- 

Caudill, K. Morris, S. Holt, K. Chastain, M. Nelson, P. Morse, K. hardt, D. Tesh. 




10-X 

First Row: D. Tow, S. Kennedy, M. Jorday, H. Tise, D. Voncannon, C. Smith, B. Benton. Third Row: A. Patrick, C. May, B. Whitherow, 

D. Davis, P. Einstein, B. White. Second Row: G. Dodson, M. R. Myers, P. Paschal, J. Gilbert, K. Mowery, T. Mardis, L. Colgin. 

Anderson, A. Jarvin, E. Sprinkle, S. Chipman, J. Motley, P. Cook, 




10-Y 

First Row: C. Davis, L. Culler, A. Blackmore, P. Dunn, D. Walker, P. Carter, T. Bailey, J. Rawlings, L Dula C Key, A. Justice C. 

S Harris J Tilman, C. Joyce. Second Row: B. Cooper, B. Peatross, Norfleet. Third Row: L. Roberts, P. Venable, J. Shaw, J. Gardner, 

J. Causby, F. Macy, J. Smith, F. Murphy. 



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I got them at Ballerina Bootery. 




Had to wake them up for the picture. 
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What great egg nog! 




Oh, look, look, see the pretty red fire burn the 
school down. 




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Yea, the JV game is finally over. 




The Reynolds students want more, 
more, more. 





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Lambeth sitting on the hood of tougn game of marbles. p jke day of WQr maneuvers 




Nine years old? 




Homeroom 1A. 




Frankie practices for the Olym- 
pics. 



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Organizations 



Organizations at Reynolds are much more 
than clubs to join or societies to add to your 
name. Each one serves a unique, specific 
purpose and operates with efficiency and 
motive. Not only are they a necessary part of 
our school life, but they also add to the de- 
velopment of each student. There is a place 
for any interested student, regardless of whet- 
her he prefers sports or music, dramatics or 
languages, science or art. 





First Row: Marsha Sams, Judy Pearce, Kent Wilcox, Rick Crowder, 
Roger Pike, Sara Nash. Second Row: Bee Forester, Peter Van Dor- 



sten, Gary Shaw Yount, David Stroupe, Gordon Jenkins, Steve 
Lackey, Kit Isley. 



Student Counci 




Judy Pearce, sec; Roger Pike, treas; Kent Wil- 
cox, v-pres.; Rick Crowder, pres. 



Nominated and elected by the student body, the 
members of the council strive to establish and main- 
tain, by precept and example, high standards of honor 
and' moral responsibility. Being the oldest branch of 
the student cooperative government, the council has 
as its standard the Honor Policy by which Reynolds 
High School students, as intelligent and responsible 



young people, must abide. 

This year the council chose a citizen of the week 
and a citizen of the year; they also printed handbooks 
for all students and led prayers during exams. 

To each student for his contribution goes the deep 
appreciation of the council for 1962-1963. 



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First Row Marsha Sams, Ruth Blackwell, Pam Hubband, Pam Davis 
Second Row Kent LaRoque, Chuck Matthews, Carter Lambeth. 



The main objectives of the House of Representatives 
are to promote co-operation and courtesy among all school 
members and to improve the general welfare of the school. 
To fulfil these objectives the House has put on drives to 
lessen congestion on the stairs, to eliminate trash in the 
lunchroom and on the school grounds, and to prevent dis- 
courtesies, such as breaking into the lunch line. Two pro- 
jects performed in co-operation with the Student Council 
were editing and circulating a school' handbook and putting 
on a program to welcome and partially indoctrinate junior 
high students who will be coming to Reynolds next year. 

The House is composed of a representative from each 
home room. From this body two seniors, one junior, and one 
sophomore are elected to serve on the House Court. The 
sponsors of the House are Mrs. Flack and Mrs. Reich. 




Pam Davis, sec; Chuck Matthews, speaker; Ruth Blackwell, 
speaker-pro-tem; Pam Huband, treas. 

House of 
Representatives 




First Row: P. Huband, treas.; P. Davis, Sec; R. Blackwell, speaker 
pro tern.; V. Matthews, speaker. Second Row: E. Lide, L. Glenn, M 
McMillan, J. Anglin, N. Sessums. Third Row: J. Norfleet' D 
Thomas, B. Buice, L. Holton, L. Todd, M. Hill, L. Harris, B Brown- 
lee, C. Yeager, M. Swanson, M. B. Hinkle, K. Cockerham, M. Reavis 
M. Hedrick. Fourth Row: R. Beach, J. Averette, M. Wasell, L. Lewis 



T. Roberts, A. Herndon, C. Berwick, E. Hepler, L. Williams, B. Ben- 
ton, V. Disher, R. Blackford, L. Messick, C. Lambeth, A. Clowes. 
Fifth Row: S. Estep, L. Mayo, F. Murphy, G. Barton, R. Bernhardt, 
B. Goslen, K. La Roque, E. Marion, I. Rominger, G. Leight, B. Fulp, 
B. Benton, C. Smith, J. Senkus. 



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BLACK 
AND 

GOLD 




DIXIE THOMAS 

Co-editor 



ELAINE TUCKER 

Co-editor 




Members of Black and Gold staff identify pictures. 



All confusion is at a minimum during the early 
months of assembling classes, organizations, and tea- 
chers for their pictures. Then as the February "disas- 
trous deadline" draws down upon the annual staff 
they frantically struggle to snap those last pictures, 
type the final pages of script, and line the remaining 
dummies. Co-editors, Elaine Tucker and Dixie Thomas, 
head a small staff of nine second-year journalism 
students. Keeping the theme a secret, trying to please 



everybody, attempting to produce an orginial annual, 
working sixth and seventh periods, after school, and 
Saturdays, are only a few of the other problems the 
Black and Gold staff encounters. Tom Ward, Bill 
Petree, and John Middleton as photographers provide 
the only "outside" help. It was worth all the frantic 
effort when the 1963 Black and Gold returned to home- 
room 120, and the staff gazed with parental admira- 
tion at their child. 




Vicki Currin, Chick Scales, Susan James, attempt to get senior 
activity sheets into order. 



Jeff Farran, Jean Brown, and Judy White search other annuals for 
new ideas. 




CAROLINE CARLTON 

Co-editor 



PINE 
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Pine Whispers staff are reminded of February deadline. 



Four times each year the Pine Whispers staff 
found themselves surrounded by layouts, assignment 
sheets, pictures, headlines, captions, and red pencils. 
Searching for current news, interesting features, mean- 
ingful editorials, and uncovered sports, the nine staff 
members combed Reynolds. Making trips to the pub- 
lisher, taking exams, recruiting help from first year 
students was a part of the many activities of the fran- 



tic few. To give equal coverage to all clubs, to criticize 
without offending, to be original without being bizarre 
were a few of their problems. 

Co-editors, Gail Wright, as Journal and Sentinel 
correspondent, and Caroline Carlton, as WAIR student 
reporter spread R. J. R. news beyond the Pine Whis- 
pers. 





Chick Scales, Jean Brown, and Vicki Currin proofread the last 
addition of the Pine Whispers. 



Judy White, Jeff Farran and Peytie Fearrington watch Susan James 
type a last minute article. 




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KENT WILCOX 

President 



ANN SPEAS 

Vice President 





ROBIN BEACH 

Secretary 



PETER VAN DORSTEN 

Treasurer 



National Honor Society 



Led by the sponsors, Miss Mataline Collette and Miss 
Mary Martin, the national Honor Society combined wisdom 
and experience in serving R. J. R. Filing 1500 schedule 
cards, guiding lost sophomores, co-sponsoring College Day, 
helping at the PTA Open House, and sponsoring Faculty 
Appreciation Day were several projects carried out this 
year. Twice during the year, the members donned the 
solemn black robes and sealed their lips as they prepared 
to induct new students into the Honor Society. 



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Rirsr Row: B. Stanley, M. Mitchell, S. Brooks, R. Beach, M. B. 
Hinkle, A. Speas, C. Carlton. Second Row: J. Divine, A. Herndon, 
J. Sherrill, L. McLeod, B. Brock, S. Johnson, R. Blackwell, C. Hanna, 
K. Harrison. Third Row: G. Ruff, J. Bruebaker, B. Harris, A. 



Powers, C. Matthews, P. Van Dorsten, D. Bell, K. Wilcox, D. Dun- 
ford. Fourth Row: E. Marion, S. Schmidt, S. Blackwell, S. Yount, 
R. Crowder, K. Clauset, B. Staley, J. Ballard, A. Thacker. 



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Quill! and Scroll 



The Quill and Schroll is an international 
honor society for students achieving distinc- 
tive work in the field of journalism. At Rey- 
nolds most of the chapter's activities are pre- 
paring the Pine Whispers and the Black and 
Gold for press. 

Requirements for membership are outstand- 
ing journalistic contributions on the school 
publications, an honor average, and an E on 
deportment. 



First row: Caroline Carlton, Peytie Fearington, Gail Wright, Dixie Thomas, 
Elaine Tucker. Second row: Joan Shore, Jeff Farren, Judy White, Beth Kirsch. 



Masque and Gavel 



Recognizing outstanding students in the 
fields of public speaking and dramatics, the 
Masque and Gavel, a national organization, 
is one of the three honor societies at Reynolds. 
New members are tapped at a formal in- 
duction in the spring. In addition to having 
done excellent work in speech, every inductee 
must have an honor average, excellent deport- 
ment, and approval of the faculty sponsor and 
the old members. 




First row: Lora Faley, Robin Beach, Caroline Carlton, Gail Wright. Second Row: 
Jenny Lou Divine, Ruth Blackwell, Eddie Southern, Gordon Jenkins, Bob 
Phillips, Ann Powers, Janic Meschan. 



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Alan Clowes, Peter Orr, Buddy Vance, Rhudy Bennett, Charlie 
Neal, David Warfford, Joe Gaddy, Jimmy Pfefferkorn, Wesley 
Weaver, Cid Cunningham, Kent La Roque, Mike Henry, Steve Lackey, 
Clark Webster, Gene Boger, Frank Murphy, Bill Lambeth, Bo Clary, 
Don Hensley, Charles Deleot, Dickie Walker, Don Smith, Howard 
Chipman, Jim Brittain, Bill Johnson, Terry McAden, Danny Cornelius, 
Mark Murphy, Steve Swain, David Stroupe, Joe Testo, Carter Lam- 
beth, Eddie Hubbard, Tom Deleot, Bob Graham. 





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One of the projects of the S.S.C. boys was to be responsible 
for the football bonfire. 



SENIOR 



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CLUB 
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Alan Clowes, pres.; Peter Orr, vice-pres.; Don Hensley, 
treas.; Terry McAden, sec; Howard Chipman. 



At Christmas time the faculty enjoyed a tea given by the club. 




The Senior Service Club is a Reynolds High 
School service club which promotes school spirit 
and provides various services. Among their pro- 
jects are distributing books at the beginning of 
the year, washing blackboards, and giving the 
traditional Christmas tea for the faculty. The 
S. S. C. also promotes school spirit with their 
"beat 'em" tags, bonfires, and homecoming para- 
des. 

Through the course of a few years the S.S.C. 
service and standards have steadily increased. 




Mr. Deaton, Assistant Principal, offers advice and guidance 
to the boys. 



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Nick Mitchell, Gordon Jenkins, Steve Sparks, Rick Crowder, Shaw Yount, Mike Thrift, Gene Swear- 
ington, Bart Bahnson, Eddie Arrington, Roger Pike, Mack Little, George Leight, David Hobbs, John 
Drew, Jim Matthews, John Gardner, Peter Van Dorsten, Eddie Padget, Ed Graham, Chuck Westmoreland, 
Bill Fulp, Eddie Marion, Peter Yount, Rusty Goodwin, Jimmy Waller, Joe McMichael, Tommy Tilley, 
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KENT WILCOX CHUCK MATTHEWS JOHN TUCKER 

President Vice President Corresponding 

Secretary 

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Mr. Mitchell provided a helping hand for the 
Key Club boys. 



BILL SPRY 

Recording Secretary 



BILL BENTON 

Treasurer 



CLUB 




Ruth Blackwell, Key Club Sweetheart. 




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Byung Shik Choy — Korean boy adopted by the Reyn- 
olds Key Club through Foster Parents' Plan. 



As a result of Key Club work, a clean court, 
painted tunnel, sixty new room numbers, clean win- 
dows, black and gold trash cans, the huge Christmas 
star, and on improved parking lot for the teachers 
greet students and visitors when they come to R. J. R., 
while two demon heads and eight conference banners 
await them in the gym. Key clubbers put on skits and 
sell novelties before football games, give refresh- 
ments to the cheerleaders during games, and sponsor 
dances after games. Donations this year included 175 
cans of food for Thanksgiving, 200 toys for needy 
children at Christmas, and $100 for March of Dimes. 
Three thousand books were carried in August; pen- 
nants were given to the cheerleaders and majorettes; 
and flowers were given to the football Homecoming 
sponsors. Through the Foster Parents Plan, the mem- 
bers adopted a Korean boy. Highlight of the year 
was in April, when a capacity crowd attended the 
Key Club Follies to reminisce of the "Roaring Twen- 
ties." Mr. McLean Mitchell, sponsor, furnished much 
sound advice throughout the year. 



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College Club 



Miss Spencer and Miss Weaver offer guidance to the girls of 
the College Club. 



Through the College Club, Miss Weaver and Miss 
Baker have prepared many senior girls for their col- 
lege life. Guest speakers, helpful advice, and co- 
operative planning for the future are outstanding 
counsel which will not soon be forgotten. 




Officers: Pauline Bambalis, pres.; Jo Ann Pickett, sec; Sonya Thomp- 
son, asst. treas.; Ann Brownlee, treas.; Jame Keiger, v. pres.; Kay 
Cockerham, asst. sec. 




First Row: S. Thompson, csst. treas.; K. Cockerham, asst. sec; P 
Bambalis, pres.; J. Keiger, v-pres.; A. Brownlee, treas.; J. A 
Pickett, sec. Second Row: R. Blackwell, B. Dixson, A. Speas, A. Con- 
rad, C. Strickland, M. Chafin, M. Cass, B. Harrill, P. Fearrington 
G. Schaum, M. J. Chambers, L. Schock. Third Row: S. James, B 
Brock, V. Currin, J. Harding, C. Scales, L. Kimball, S. Nash, M 
Swanson, L. Maddocks, A. Powers, A. Haase, L. Faley, C. Burke 
S. Schmidt. Fourth Row: M. Mitchell, B. Staley, S. Kinney, J. Waller 
L. Co'pple, J. Slawter, G. Richardson, B. Stanley, B. Norman, B 
Glenn D. Saunders, J. Weeks, L. Pettus M. Cly. Fifth Row: L. Shore 
J. Poley, S. Cranfill, G. Reid, M. Marcuson, A. Herndon, M. B 



Hinkle, P. Thompson, C. Price, B. Adams, S. Latta, A. Thacker, 
H. Tomlinson. Sixth Row: P. Alexander, L. Moser, S. Johnson, R. 
Trent, A. Balafas, K. Brewer, S. Greeson, S. Russos, B. Davis, K. 
Joyce, J. Brubaker, K. Harrison, R. Miller. Seventh Row: J. Gra- 
ham, M. A. Fulton, J. Sherrill, N. Davenport, N. Reece, E. Newell, 
S. Reiffin, P. Poindexter, P. Markunas, N. Mohr, M. Culler, L. 
Miles, L. Hauser. Eighth Row: R. Mathes, S. Clifton, C Winder, 
J Fulp, P Orrell B Curtis, G. Ruff, A. Warren, B. Pope, B. Pulliam, 
K. Smith, E. Enders, R. Greenwood. Ninth Row: J. L. Divine, C. 
Hanna, S. Mehlen, K. Porth, C. Gaines, C. White, L. McLeod, L. 
Sample G. Stallings, G. Wright, D. Johnson. 



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Resegis 



First Row: C. Pratt, G. Cockerham, P. 
Orrell, v-pres.; B. Norman, pres.; D. 
Rogers, sec; M. Swanson, M. Marcuson, 
A. Speas, M. Mitchell. Second Row: S. 
James, P. Alexander, N. Davenport, D. 
Hill, C. Gaugh, V. Laurance, M. Mills, 

A. Shields, L. Schock, K. Smith, B. 
Stanley. Third Row: A. Herndon, L. 
Moser, K. Joyce, L. Faley, B. Adams, 
S. Preseren, P. Thompson, C. Price, J. 
Keiger, A. Thacker, M. Thornton, M. 
Chafin. Fourth Row: A. Griffin, B. Davis, 
J. Harold, B. Francis, J. Kittinger, S. 
Reiffin, S. Mehlen, K. Porth, D. Dunford, ) 
M. A. Fulton. Fifth Row: K. Harrison, 
J. Fulp, B. Staley, C. Oehman, J. A. 
Pickett, B. Pope, A. Warren, G. Ruff, 

B. Curtis, B. Glenn. Sixth Row: R. Miller, 
G. Schaum, L. Copple, A. Conrad, J. 
Waller, C. Strickland, J. Graham, N. 
Harris, K. Brewer, P. Bambalis. Seventh 
Row: B. Pulliam, R. Mathes, R. Green- 
wood, S. Clifton, E. Enders, B. Dixson, 
A. Balafas, S. Greeson, L. Hauser, G. 
McClung. Eighth Row: C. Scales, N. 
Cranor, S. Brooks, J. L. Divine, B. 
Harrill, S. Russos, M. Ellison, D. Saund- 
ers, L. Miles, M. Culler. 





First Row: M. Marcuson, treas.; M. 
B. Hinkle, pres.; B. Stanley, sec. 
Second row: B. Harris, S. Peres- 
eren, P. Thompson, M. Chafin, C. 
Strickland, A. Conrad, M. Thorn- 
ton, A. Speas, C. Spillman, B. 
Adams, B. Harris. Third Row: J. 
Keiger, C. Prico, M. Cass, G. 
Schaum, B. Harrill, P. Fearring- 
ton, M. Swanson, C. Carlton, A. 
Brownlee, M. Culler, L. Miles, J. 
Harold. Fourth Row: A. Herndon, 
D. Dunford, S. Clifton, J. Slawter, 
K. Cockerham, R. Beach, G. Reid, 
L. Pettus, M. Cly, D. Gobble, B. 
Davis. Fifth Row: K. Brewer, J. 
Fulp, C. Winder, J. Waller, B. Nor- 
man, L. Copple, G. Richardson, K. 
Smith, R. Greenwood, E. Enders, 
M. J. Chambers, B. Glenn, L. 
Collier. 



Senior Y-Teens 



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Serviteers 



First Row: J. Tomlinson, M. Frost, P. Teague, S. Butner, D. Bran- 
don, M. Layton, S. Huffstetler, D. Hagan, J. Ruff, J. Stiff. Second 
Row. L. Flowers, D. Little, L. Baker, J. Gordon, K. Landolina, S. 
Martin, C. Johnson, L. Durham, N. Blace, A. Campbell. Third 
Row: D. Lund, J. Levin, M. Lentz, M. Ogburn, J. Gantt, S. Fulton, 
N. Drage, R. Blackford, E. Early, D. Rourk. Fourth Row: A. Stew- 
art, P. Shore, M. Moe, S. Warfford, S. Thevenin, B. Deal, J. Russell, 
S. Cornatzer, R. Rice, M. C. Mowery, R. Wade. Fifth Row: J. 
Myers, C. Pulliam, P. Wyrick, N. Gi Mi land, C. Taylor, B. Leonard, 
P. Cryner, B. Allen, A. Glenn, J. Rice, J. Waller. Sixth Row: J. 
Smith, B. Lee, J. Sawyer, F. Peace, B. Ashburn, J. Jones, J. Sams, 
S. Barber, A. Diemer, S. Van Dorsten, J. Norfleet, S. Klein. Seventh 



Row: V. Vasgaard, C. Henderson, D. Pardue, T. Roberts, E. Bryant, 
G. Mitchell, P. Swaim, S. De Leon, S. Brewer, J. Reaves, J. Sappen- 
field. Eight Row: C. Peterson, D. Graves, A. Hail, S. Barnes, S. 
Bruce, P. Yountz, L. Baggs, M. Hummel, S. Russell, J. Covington, 
L. Brown. Ninth Row: S. Sloan, L. Todd, M. Hill, A. Mularczyk, 
J. Binkley, P. Harbuck, B. Lavietes, B. Reed, H. A. Deal, M. A. 
Phillips, P. Burks. Tenth Row: S. Pfaff, M. J. Amos, M. L. Masten, 
B. Holzbaur, M. M. Brown, C. Ogden, F. Lashmit, M. Hedrick, T. 
Strug, K. Isley, L. Evans. Eleventh Row: J. Bates, J. White, L. 
Lewis, N. Robinson, L. Smith, B. Tucker, P. Heary, S. Clark, S. 
King, J. Byles, E. Hepler, J. Oakes, S. Hilker. 






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Sophoteers 



First Row: C. Glenn, B. Jones, D. Law, M. McMillan, L. William- 
son, S. Shore, K. Morris, S. Harris, M. Andrus, K. Vance. Second 
Row: L. Middleton, M. Sechrist, S. Hall, J. Inabiner, C. Rachels H 
Foster, M. Fulp, A. Justice, B. Evans, K. Chastain, S. Brewer 
Third Row: M. Eidson, N. Lehr, P. Brumsey, C. Snyder, S. Bull L 
Cole, L. Dula, L. Hart, B. Patterson, B. Dymott. Fourth Row:' A 
Kirby, D. Hendren, M. Yarbrough, S. Ends, E. Berry, K. Massen- 
cup, J. Huff, L. Beshears, K. Levan, P. Simpson, T. Bailey. Fifth 
Row: L. McLeod, N. Kent, P. Davin, A. Patrick, K. Mabe, B. 
Vernon, A. Lampert, S. Harmon, P. Pratt, P. Payne, K. Leinb'ack, 
R. Saunders, J. Goodman. Sixth Row: G. Yeager, C. Chambers j' 
Vankoy, J. Hauser, B. Buice, L. Gibson, N. Davis, S. Cullen,' C 
Humphreys. Seventh Row: C. Smith, J. Baker, S. Williams, K. Wal- 
ton ' J - Sidelinger, B. Weir, B. Reid, J. Tilman, P. Hauser S 
Michael, K. Benton, A. McBrid, P. Harrison. Eighth Row: M. O'Neal 



B. Ingle, H. Schuitmaker, C. Staley, E. Lide, M. Forsyth, M. A. 
Walker, A. Simmons, M. Hartman, N. Dwiggins, N. Sessums, F. 
Schultz, J. Carroll, C. Pappas. Ninth Row: M. Collette, L. Clayton, 
B. Ludlum, B. Vestal, M. McMillian, D. Lawson, B. Brownlee, C. 
Stegall, S. Whitney, C. Totherow, L. Culler, R. Beard, D. Euba'nks, 
P. Petree. Tenth Row: J. Vaughn, N. Hart, R. Williams, D. Philo' 
B. Hill, P. Petree, S. Chipman, R. Frye, L. Colgin, J. Fox, V. Disher,' 
L. Snyder, B. White, J. Bahnson, J. Odom, C. Yeager, S. Clapp' 
Eleventh Row: C. Warren, J. Strug, A. Blackmore, B. Conrad, N. 
Dize, S. Brown, L. Bean, A. Northington, S. Scott, L. Glenn,' M. 
Mann, K. Saunders, J. Senkus, D. Woodruff, C. Hipp. Twelfth 
Row: J. Reid, C. Jones, C. Joyce, T. Freeman, C. Haase, B. Lanier, 
B. McEwan, C. Barwick, J. Rowlings, M. Daves, B. Tillotson, M. 
Shore, S. Mammons, S. Smith, A. Barrow, L. Holton, J. Dobbs 
Thirteenth Row: J. Teague, S. Kennedy, J. Holland, J. Malcolm, L. 
Barrett, P. Einstein. 



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Lynn Kimball, pres; David Hobbs, v.-pres.; Terri Strug, sec. 

Teenage Council 

Sponsored by the City Recreation Department and un- 
der the direction of Mrs. Howard, the Teenage Council pro- 
vides activities of entertainment and enjoyment for high 
school students. The Council annually sponsors a Halloween 
Dance in the fall and a Twirp Dance in the spring. Members 
of the council aided the City Recreation Dept. at Holloween 
by wrapping presents to give to the needy. The Council 
members aid the City Recreation Department in various 
projects throughout the year. After two earlier cancelations, 
in March the Council held a dance at the Armory with the 
"Riveareas Combo." Twice annually the council admits new 
members. 




Members listen to Lynn Kimball explain the complications 
of the March dance. 




First Row: D. Hobbs, v.-pres.; L. Kimball, pres.; T. Strug, sec; T. 
McAden, treas. Second Row: B. Brock, D. Thomas, V. Currin, J. 
Strug, S. Nash, J. Harding, L. Harris, M. Swanson, C. Neal. Third 
Row: K. Isley, B. Bouldin, S. Sparks, B. Spry, J. Averette, M. Rob- 



inson, J. Meschan, M. J. Amos, A. Clowes. Fourth Row: J. Gard- 
ner, J. Drew, C. Westmoreland, R. Crowder, E. Graham, C. Lam- 
beth, J. Loftis, D. Hensley. 



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ANN HERDON 

Co-chairman 



ELLEN ENDERS 

Co-chairman 




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Pep Board 




Under the guidance of the Sponsor Miss Annie 
Graham Cladwell and the leadership of Co-chairmen 
Ellen Enders and Anne Herndon, the Pep Board strives 
to elevate school spirit and create enthusiam for sports. 
Two representatives chosen from each homeroom at- 
tend meetings each Monday and are responsible for 
beat'um tags each football and basketball game. The 



Pep Board sponsors the Homecoming Exhibitions Con- 
test in the fall and awards cash prizes to winning 
homerooms. They also hold contests for the best 
beat'um tags and homeroom bulletin boards. 

The Pep Board co-chiarmen take part in plan- 
ning the Homecoming Chapels and are responsible 
for all bulletin boards pertaining to athletics. 




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First* Row: D. Bell, treas.; S. Lackey, 
v.-pres.; B. Vance, pres.; D. King, 
sec; L. Kimbel, chap. Second Row: 
R. Crowder, J. Covington, N. Mitch- 
ell, G. Tuttle, S. Edwards, G. Pahr- 
Iversen, D. Hobbs, K. Wilcox, C. 
Matthews, B. Benton, J. Munford, W. 
Weaver, G. Reid. Third Row: C. Wil- 
son, P. Van Dorsten, S. Bennett, D. 
Brown, G. White, S. Whicker, B. 
Nose. 



SENIOR Hl-Y 

This year the Senior Hi-Y has been active with service projects and has participated in 
basketball games. The officiers were kept busy planning a program of activities for all the 
members. Monday night at the YMCA was the scene of much enjoyment. 



Buddy Vance, pres.; Steve Lackey, 
v.-pres.; David Bell, sec; Dan 
King, treas.; Wendell Eysenbach, 
sgt. at arms; Larry Kimel, oracle. 




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First Row: B. Johnson, pres.; S. Swain, v.-pres.; E. Arrington, 
corr. sec; B. Spry, rec. sec; M. Little, treas.; M. Robinson, 
sgt. at arms. Second Row: B. Houck, J. Martin, C. Day, P. 
Wilson, S. Googe, J. Testo, C. Spriggs, P. Cason, P. Payne, 
F. Smithdeal. Third Row: D. John, J. Masten, B. Bahnson, 



S. Thrift, T. Davis, F. Morris, L. J. Everhart, M. Waltrip, S. 
Hayes. Fourth Row: M. Sugg, C. R. Crump, J. Drew, M. 
Murphy, L. Bost, R. Gallman, B. Satterfield, J. Newton, B. 
Slaughter. Fifth Row: T. Tilley, G. Shore, D. Stroupe, J. El- 
liott, J. Elliott, D. Blalock, J. McMichael, B. Northington, M. 
Shaw, D. Cornelius. 



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First Row: J. Waller, pres.; J. Gilliam, v.-pres.; J. Loftis, sec; 
T. Thompson, treas.; J. Matthews, chap.; D. Williamson, sgt. 
at arms. Second Row: S. McCormick, F. Murphy, B. Russell, 
C. Norfleet, K. Hege, R. White. Third Row: G. Sample, K. 



Butler, J. Mackie, S. French, B. Lane, F. Conrad, L. Forrest. 
Fourth Row: C. Pearce, P. Yount, E. Barwick, B. Vann, S. Cra- 
ver, B. Martin, D. Wall, T. Stockton. 



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Junior Y-Teens 



First Rowi C. Maddrey, L. Durham, M. Lentz, P. Shore, v.-pres.; J. 
Binkley, treas.; H. A. Deal, treas.; B. Deal, v.-pres.; C. Johnson, S. 
Smith, S. Prusak, S. Lackey, J. Myers. Second Row: K. Landolina, 
C. Henderson, D. Pardue, L. Brown, L. Baker, P. Wyrick, R. Wade, 
T. Roberts, M. Frost, A. Diemer, J. Kirkman, D. Hagan, P. Har- 
buck, S. DeLeon. Third Row: R. Blackford, S. Pfaff, M. L. Masten, 
B. Holzbaur, C. Ogden, M. J. Amos, L. Evans, L. Todd, L Shite, S. 
Winder, J. White, E. Bryant, P. Yountz, S. Bruce, L. Lewis. Fourth 
Row: J. Gordon, V. Vasgaard, G. Mitchell, B. Forester, L. Yelton, J. 
Meschan, P. Davis, J. Jones, B. Ashburn, S. Barber, S. Shirley, M. 
Edwards, A. Campbell, N. Black, L. Flowers. Fifth Row: S. Russell, 



E. Salmons, P. Cryner, C. Pulliam, P. Austin, P. Swaim, M. Mc- 
Grane, S. J. Stewart, C. Taylor, B. Leonard, N. Robinson, L. B. 
Smith, L. Smith, C. Williamson, A. Mock. Sixth Row: J. Stith, M. 
M. Brown, S. Klein, J. Waller, J. Biles, S. Fulton, J. Gantt, L. Baggs, 
M. Hummel, S. Van Dorsten, J. Norfleet, B. Lee, J. Smith, J. Payne. 
Seventh Row: K. Isley, A. Hall, D. Graves, M. Hedrick, M. Ogburn, 
J. Sawyer, F. Peace, J. Ruff, J. Oakes, J. Stiff, M. Chappell, J. 
Tomlinson, S. Martin, N. Gilliland, N. Drage. Eighth Row: J. Rus- 
sel, S. Thevenin, E. Baldwin, M. C. Mowery, R. Rice, J. Bates, S. 
Sloan, D. Brandon, M. Layton, L. Hilker, S. Huffstetler, S. Butner, 
P. Teague, S. Warfford, J. Covington. 



Sophomore Y-Teens 



First Row: K. Phillips, treas.; N. Nance, sec; R. Williams, v.-pres.; 
P. Carter, pres.; L. Snyder, pres.; L. Culler, v.-pres.; L. Colgin, sec; 
N. Hart, treas. Second Row: H. Foster, S. Brewer, B. Hill, P. Petree, 
V. Disher, C. Totherow, R. Frye, M. McMillian, S. Chipman, C. 
Hipp, M. O'Neal, M. Benbow, K. Morris. Third Row: C. Glenn, D. 
Peddle, J. Skinner, J. Carroll, S. Holt, P. Holcomb, C. Stegall, B. 
Brownlee, S. Whitney, D. Lawson, G. Yeager, K. Leinback, B. Lud- 
lum, M. Shore. Fourth Row: B. Jones, J. Odom, L. Glenn, J. Bahn- 
son, M. Mann, S. Scott, C. Staley, J. Sinkus, L. Bean, E. Lide, A. 
Patrick, D. Davis, C. Smith, N. Kent. Fifth Row: D. Law, C. Jones, 
J. Parker, M. Eidson, J. Inabinet, S. Hall, N. Lehr, C. Warren, J. 
Aspden, J. Reid, P. Hauser, E. Berry, P. Simpson, L. Dula, T. Bailey, 
R. Saunders. Sixth Row: B. Raum, N. Mooney, K. Saunders, 
A. Blackmore, S. Brown, B. Conrad, K. Benton, N. Sessums 



P. Brumsey, J. Vanhoy, B. Buice, N. Davis, L. Gibson, M. 
Andrus. Seventh Row: S. Fleenor, D. Eubanks, P. Petree, S. Clapp, 
J. Fox, N. Dize, A. Northington, L. Clayton, A. McBride, P. Pratt, 
S. Harmon, B. Reed, B. Weir, S. Harris. Eighth Row: S. Shore, L. 
Williamson, P. Harwood, C. Davis, E. Holland, L. Ballard, S. Har- 
per, S. Kennedy, C. Yeager, H. Schuitmaker, B. Ingle, J. Teague, A. 
Simmons, M. A. Walker, J. Hauser. Ninth Row: M. Forsyth, P. 
Einstein, L. Barrett, L. Skidmore, J. Malcolm, J. Holland, A. Bar- 
row, L. Holton, S. Hammons, M. Fulp, A. Barbee, C. Barwick, M. 
Daves, B. Tillotson, S. Smith, J. Dobbs. Tenth Row: M. McMillan, 
G. Cook, M. Stevenson, K. Mabe, J. Baker, K. Walton, C. Joyce, P. 
Harrison, S. Williams, B. McEwam, B. Pfohl, J. Foxworth, K. Chas- 
tain, R. Meschan, L. Bernasek. 






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Hall Monitors 



First Row: L. Ketchie, G. Boger, A. Speas, M. Hill, P. Yountz, M. 
Henry, P. Huband, B. Fulp, A. Diemer, C. Spillman, N. Davenport. 
Second Row: J. Odam, D. Little, B. Brock, S. Nash, R. Blackford, 
B. Deal, S. Russell, J. Stith, W. Austin, M. Frost, L. Fletcher, D. 
Saunders. Third Row: L. Kimball, B. Benton, S. Brewer, E. Pagett, 
L. Evans, C. Ogden, B. Glenn, L. Lewis, M. Shore, D. Pardue, M. 
Chafin, B. White. Fourth Row: M. B. Hinkle, B. Boughman, M. 
Hedrick, J. Ford, D. King, C. Pulliam, B. Ransome, S. Lackey, J. 
Barber, J. Hauser. Fifth Row: H. Tomlinson, T. Tilley, K. Smith, 



M. Ogburn, D. Smith, S. Schmidt, P. Thompson, J. A. Pickett, G. 
Kelly, J. Pike, M. Layton. Sixth Row: K. Joice, P. Austin, D. Davis 
J. Matthews, R. Bell, D. Hill, L. Collier, S. Cranfill, J. Poley, K. 
Craver. Seventh Row: S. Clifton, S. Blackwell, A. Shields, G. Rich- 
ardson, M. Swanson, L. Harris, M. Marcuson, A. Herndon, B. Dix- 
son, M. Thornton, A. Conrad, M. Cly, B. Richardson. Eighth Row: 
E. Southern, J. Finlayson, S. Kinney, R. Trent, B. Harris, R. Miller, 
M. Craig, B. S. Reynolds, A. Warren, B. Pope. Ninth Row: F. Mar- 
tin, R. Crowder, N. Mitchell. 



Red Cross 



First Row: R. Williams, treas.; C. Pratt, v.-pres.; A. Conrad, pres.; 
K. Joyce, sec. Second Row: B. Jones, C. Bowan, L. Lofland, P. 
Teague, S. Scott, S. Butner, B. Rutledge, J. Ruff, B. White, A. 
Speas, P. Neary. Third Row: S. Klein, K. Carter, J. Varghn, P. 



Smoot, F. Smoot, S. Michael, P. Austin, R. Wade, L. McLeod, S. 
Brown, S. Hammons, S. Reiffin. Fourth Row: D. Rourk, N. Dize, P. 
Cryner, K. Vance, K. Early, J. Ransome, C. Price, N. Davenport, M. 
Cly, B. Norman, K. Peoples, K. Levan, G. Stallings. 







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Spanish Club 



First Row: B. Tise, J. Gilmore, 
pres.; J. Dean, v.-pres.; B. Goslen, 
sec; S. Fulton, treas.; C. Collins. 
Second Row: C. Snyder, L. Bren- 
ner, S. Clark, J. Hashinger, B. 
Glenn, K. Smith, J. White, P. 
Wyrick, J. Whalen, J. Heath. Third 
Row: J. Robinson, D. Pfefferkorn, 
G. Yeager, B. Putney, M. Spach, S. 
Price, S. Warfford, P. Cook, N. 
Gilliland, H. Tise. Fourth Row: G. 
Moore, T. Byrd, P. Alexander, V. 
Tyner, J. Robinson, P. Richardson, 
C. Moore, J. Hagaman, R. Ridgill. 





German II Club 



First Row: R. Rhode, J. Sherrill, G. Ruff, S. Thompson, J. Brue- 
baker, J. L. Divine, pres.; F. Martin, pres.; B. Adams, pres.; J. 
Keiger, M. Mitchell, P. Orrell, C. Neal. Second Row: J. Ballard, D. 
Johnson, D. Raker, A. Carr, L. Bennett, P. Thompson, S. Latta, N. 
Reece, B. K. Harris, B. B. Harris, W. Weaver, E. Southern. Third 
Row: B. Johnson, B. Lambeth, S. Brooks, C. Crutchfield, K. Mc- 
Lean, S. Brewer, D. Hobbs, B. Tucker, M. Cass, E. Enders, S. Clif- 



ton, S. Butner. Fourth Row: J. Tucker, G. Boger, P. Burks, C. Mat- 
thews, C. Deleot, M. Thrift, E. Pagett, L. Todd, C. Hanna, P. Neary, 
B. Clary, P. Hauser. Fifth Row: S. White, E. Tucker, B. Merritt, J. 
Ford, S. Cuningham, C. Westmoreland, B. Vance, J. Martin, S. 
Bradford, C. Hicks. Sixth Row: M. Turner, S. Hayes, B. Bouldin, 
S. Googe, B. Johnson, R. Averitt, S. Whicker, L. McElfresh, G. 
White. 



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German I Club 



First Row: D. Warfford, pres.; D. Hensley, pres.; B. Forester, pres.; 
M. Sugg, pres. Second Row: C. Spriggs, M. Waltrip, L. Evans, T. 
Tilley, L. Satterfield, M. Murphy, sec; B. Spry, treas.; J. Jones, 
v.-pres.; J. Evans, C. Ogden, v. -pres.; S. Wild, treas.; B. Alsup. 
Third Row: R. Goodwin, J. Loftis, L. Smith, R. Caudle, S. Martin, 
T. Davis, F. Morris, B. Crutchfield, W. Strader, B. Richardson, J. 
Motley. Fourth Row: B. Northington, B. Hudspeth, B. Holzbaur, A. 
A. Adams, I. Rominger, M. Shaw, B. Lanier, J. Brown, S. McCorm- 
ick, E. Roberson, T. Roberts, W. Maxwell. Fifth Row: P. Cason, T. 
Getchell, J. Trivette, J. Kirkman, S. Swaim, C. Pappas, B. Hart, J. 
Reynolds, D. Miller, C. Peterson, H. Fansler. Sixth Row: P. Stith, 
L. Everhart, R. Goldberg, J. Dimling, C. Norfleet, B. Vann, G. Dean, 



M. Brown, J. Masten, M. Edwards, J. Jarvis, T. Gentry. Seventh 
Row: E. Hepler, J. Norfleet, P. Brown, B. Walker, S. Kruger, S. 
Leake, A. Diemer, J. Waller, B. Braswell, J. Pearce, P. Godwin. 
Eighth Row: H. Jones, T. Dawson, S. Zimmerman, J. Jackson, D. 
John, L. Lash, N. Robinson, M. Fowler, S. Klein, J. Sams, J. Erick- 
son. Ninth Row: J. Farran, A. Crosswell, E. Brockhausen. M. Hunt, 
J. Cheny, M. Strub, R. Robins, S. J. Stewart, T. Vernon, T. Bush, 
B. Allen. Tenth Row: J. Middleton, D. Pruett, B. Lackey, B. Tesh, 
D. Culler, J. Drew, P. Wilson, G. Sample, L. Brown, M. Ogburn, M. 
Ward. Eleventh Row: J. Caffey, R. Short, A. Beard, J. Davis, S. 
Boyte, B. Kulp, J. McMichael, S. Thrift, H. Russ. 



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French I Club 

All French students, whether taking 
"conversational I" or fourth year, have 
an opportunity to broaden their know- 
ledge of this language by joining one of 
the four clubs. 



Firs* Row: S. Crater, treas.; J. Martin, treas.; J. 
Ogburn, treas.; N. Nance, sec; R. Watts, pres.; B. 
Hill, pres.; P. Carter, pres.; S. Fleenor, v. -pres. 
Second Row: J. Hawkins, B. Peatross, R. Flanders, 
B. Comas, sec; D. Davis, sec; H. Smith, v. -pres.; 

D. Philo, treas.; R. Williams, v. -pres. Third Row: 

E. Cobbler, E. Sprinkle, G. Hill, B. Vernon, S. 
Ends, D. Hendren, D. Peddycord. Fourth Row: A. 
Justice, D. Smith, C. Chambers, E. Holland, J. 
Chandler, A. Schoenthal, P. Reisinger. Fifth Row: 
J. Kelly, A. Lampert, D. Crews, J. Baker, S. Wil- 
liams, M. Schaeffer, L. Dula, J. Aspden. Sixth 
Row: S. Gordon, C. Humphreys, S. Culler, H. 
Smith, G. Piland, J. Brown, L. Messick. Seventh 
Row: S. Hall, P. Petree, L. Stevenson, P. Hege, W. 
Kinney, J. Woodall, B. Temples. 



French II Club 

The main activities of the French 
Clubs this year have been learning about 
France's economic life, political organi- 
zation, and educational system. 

Club meetings end on a light note 
however, with songs or games. 



First Row: S. Bruce, v. -pres.; G. Mitchell, pres.; B. 
Ashburn, v. -pres.; J. Binkley, v. -pres. Second Row: 
R. Day, treas.; D. Yarbrough, pres.; D. Hancock, 
sec; M. McGrane, sec; B. Lavietes, treas.; D 
Stroupe, pres. Third Row: A. Kirby, J. Holt, C 
Anheir, J. Smith, R. Elden, J. Musselwhite, M 
Frost. Fourth Row: C. Wonsavage, G. Caudle, B 
Hamer, J. Payne, S. Cornatzer, J. Reaves, P 
Swaim, L. Flowers, Miss McDonald, sponsor. Fifth 
Row: B. Pate, K. Early, L. Crews, M. Wolfe, D. 
Rourk, H. Lund, K. Breedlove, S. Hinnant. Sixth 
Row: J. Mashburn, T. Moser, N. Pappas, P. Bnum- 
sey, J. Wertz, W. Mardis, W. Wilkins, D. Tesh, 
D. Roe. Seventh Row: C. David, S. Huffstetler, B. 
Slaughter, M. Chappell, C. Davis, R. Weaver, L. 
Ballard, S. Coe, S. Hammons, J. Current. Eighth 
Row: G. Cook, J. Inabinet, J. Teague, C. Hasse, 
C. Maddrey, M. Hill, P. Yountz, D. Hagan. Ninth 
Row: S. Russell, J. Covington, B. Deal, R. Black- 
ford, N. Drage, D. Little, B. Bull, C. Roe, B. Reed. 




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French II Club 



Sponsored by Mrs. Annie Preston 
Fearrington, these club meetings enable 
her pupils to receive "practical" infor- 
mation about France and to learn about 
the customs, history, geography, and 
culture. 



First Row: J. Fulp, treas.; N. Mitchell, pres.; B. 
Kimball, sec; L. Ballard, v-pres.; C. Wilson, pres.; 
N. Davenport, v-pres. Second Row: B. Combs, S. 
Thomas, S. Sloan, L. Baker, B. Dixson, S. Saun- 
ders, K. Brewer, Mrs. Fearrington, sponsor. Third 
Row: S. Winder, C. Williamson, C. Wood, B. Pul- 
liam, L. Maddocks, K. Joyce, M. A. Fulton, J. 
Erickson. Fourth Row: S. Pfaff, L. Kimel, M. Strad- 
er, A. Haase, H. Morse, H. Bernhard, H. Wells. 
Fifth Row: D. K. Turner, J. Daniel, P. Poindexter, 
L. Baggs, A. Hall, J. Wilson, P. Graham, H. Yost. 
Sixth Row: S. Barber, S. Kinney, P. Brown, A. 
Powers, J. Haynes, S. Cowling, L. Lamm, T. Burns. 





French III Club 

At Christmas time the club was visited 
by a college student from France. Carols 
from his native land provided appropri- 
ate background music for his talk and 
for the following Yule party. 

Spring saw the induction of the French 
National Honor Society for those students 
who had outstanding service in this 
course, and maintained an overall sub- 
ject average of 90. 



First Row: M. Hedrick, treas.; E. Bryant, pres.; 
R. Rowlings, sec; S. Shirley, v. -pres.; M. Grif- 
fiths, treas. Second Row: G. Barton, sec; P. Mark- 
unas, pres.; E. Arrington, treas.; S. Barnes, v.- 
pres.; R. Goldberg, pres.; P. Cryner, sec. Third 
Row: M. McMillan, K. Morris, S. Butner, P. 
Teague, P. Austin, B. Leonard, L. Lewis, P. 
Hauser. Fourth Row: M. Jones, T. Shore, J. Bahn- 
son, L. Glenn, D. Mock, R. Brantley, R. Starbuck, 
A. Patrick, B. Raum. Fifth Row: S. Thevenin, L. 
Smith, B. Sheppard, K. Vance, W. Boger, R. 
Payne, S. Lindu, G. Frahm, J. Rodgers, B. Mc- 
Ewan. Sixth Row: C. Johnson, C. Johnson, E. Car- 
ter, B. Adams, J. Anglin, M. Holder, C. Key, J. 
Goodman, L. Mashburn, K. Landolina. Seventh 
Row: C. Crutchfield, C. Glenn, B. Covington, N. 
Hart, B. Armstrong, L. Clayton, B. Rutledge, J. 
Becker, L. Satterfield, B. Patterson. Eighth Row: 
J. Pike, E. Salmons, J. Stith, J. Julian, K. Saun- 
ders, K. Benton, B. Conrad, B. Ellison, F. Schultz. 
Ninth Row: J. Byles, M. Hummel, B. Killam, B. 
Tillotson, S. Smith, N. Rentz, J. Holland, B. Ruck- 
er, S. Kennedy, C. Yeager, J. Reid. 



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Debating Club ^ /^. ^www 





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First Row: T. Burns, R. Flanders, J. Meschan, sec.-treas.; C. 
Carlton, pres.; R. Beach, v.-pres.; F. Wolfe, A. Blackmore, J. 
Anglin. Second Row: J. Sherrill, R. Brantley, L. Bernasek, 



M. Lentz, S. Shirley, G. Wright, P. Brumsey, A. Groce, M. 
Mitchell. Third Row: D. Pfefferkorn, J. Jackson, R. Bell, T. 
Tomlinson, G. Jenkins, B. Philips, E. Southern, M. Daves, 
E. Newell. 




Mrs. Garrison, teacher of public speaking and English, SDonsors the 
Debating Club. 

Every Wednesday afternoon until six o'clock Mrs. Evelyn 
Garrison coaches her team through practice debates on the 
national topic, Resolved: That the United States should pro- 
mote a common market for the Western Hemisphere. Pre- 
paring for the Triangle, District, and Chapel Hill contests, 
Caroline Carlton and Robin Beach on the affirmative, and 
Gordon Jenkins and Eddie Southern on the negative compose 
this year's varsity team. 

Besides debating, this activity sponsors three annual 
contests, the Declamation Contest for Boys, the Recitation 
Contest for Girls and the World Peace Speech Contest. Co- 
operating with the National Forensic League, members par- 
ticipate in student congresses throughout North Carolina. In 
the spring the junior varsity debating team will represent 
Reynolds at the Wake Forest Speech Festival. 




Caroline Carlton, varsity debater, delivers her 
speech to the Debating Club. 




Caroline Carlton, pres.; Robin Beach, v.-pres.; Janie Meschan, 
sec.-treas. 



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ANN LAUGHTER 

President 



CAROLINE CARLTON 

Vice President 




Betty Benton and Richard Goldberg display offstage acting. 



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Thespians 



Sponsored by James Hall, the Dramatics Club is an 
organization promoting interest and participation in 
the dramatics arts. Among the many facets of dramatic 
arts investigated by the club are major and minor 
production technique, producing, directing, scenery 
and staging, lighting and performing. 

This year the Dramatics Club has the largest mem- 
bership in its history with over fifty-five active members. 



ANN POWERS 

Secretary 

Divided into several different production groups for 
the first semester, the club presents a series of one- 
act plays, the best two of which are selected and 
presented at the three Drama Festivals or Contests in 
North Carolina. In the past seven years, the Reynolds 
Dramatics team has received nothing less than an "Ex- 
cellent" rating, with three "Superior" ratings. 




First Row: D. Redmon, B. Comas, P. Reisinger, J. Jones, A. Groce, 
L Foley, C. Snyder, J. Anglin. Second Row: J. Goodman, K. Le- 
van, R. Brantley, B. Patterson, C. Carlton, J. L. Divine, K. Gilliam, 
L. Maddocks, J. Huff, B. Freeman, M. Edwards, D. Walker. Third 
Row: B. Benton, G. Kelly, A. Patrick, J. Miller, J. Vickers, A. Haase, 



J. Tilman, C. Haase, S. Gordon, D. Davis, E. Carter, L. Edwards, 
L. Smith, B. Crutchfield. Fourth Row: B. Reavis, C. Burke, D. Pfef- 
ferkorn, S. Schmidt, A. Powers, J. Ballard, J. Mock, S. Bradford, R. 
Goldberg; D. Mock, S. Jacobson, D. Blackwell, R. Phillips, J. 
Maddocks. 



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Chorus 




First Row: S. Heffner, J. Anglin, C. King, L. Culler, N. Cotton, B. 
Combs, J. Holton, G. Speas, M. E. Shepherd, D. Lund, J. Worrell, N. 
Nance, B. Pfohl, S. Cobb, S. Hinnant, J. Cann, J. Huff, P. Brown. 
Second Row: L. Smith, B. Bower, B. Patterson, E." Berry, T. Fultz, P. 
Boughman, K. Hanna, S. Mehlen, B. McKewan, K. La Van, N. 
Mohr, C. Smith, N. Dwiggins, E. Carter, J. Van Hoy, P. Ligon, M. 
Moe, S. King, S. Clark, L. Myers, L. Stith, B. Covington. Third Row: 
G. Frahm, M. Stuart, J. Walsh, M. Ingle, L. Pettus, D. Johnson, A. 



Thacker, V. Myers, B. Benton, K. Peoples, R. Lee, P. Poindexter, 
M. Cly, K. Crouch, K. Anthony, C. Key, K. Chastain, B. P. Thomas, 
G. Conrad, C. Johnson, S. Holt, P. Sapp, K. Mabe, B. Bull, F. Smoot. 
Fourth Row: H. Yost, P. Godwin, C. Payne, P. Wood, G. Kelly, E. 
Johnson, A. Carr, H. Thomas, C. Doub, G. Jones, P. Stith, G. 
Greene, F. Disher, R. Goldberg, M. Little, B. Burke, R. Messick, 
R. Watts, B. Jones, J. Gilbert, G. Hill, M. Andros, J. Seippel. Piano: 
S. Bradford, B. Malcolm. 



One of the most active organizations at Rey- 
nolds is the Chorus, which is composed of ap- 
proximately one hundred students under the 
direction of Mr. James Hall. The Chorus is in 
great demand and has a very busy schedule all 
year round, performing at banquets, conventions, 
and concerts. This organization has a very bright 
future and expects to become more active each 
year. 




Mr. Hall directs the chorus and is responsible for chorus 
chapel programs. 



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Carol Johnson and Glen Kelly practice their duet for the 
chapel program. 




Chorus presents a fall chapel program. 




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Betty Benton and Richard Goldberg rehearse songs 
from "My Fair Lady." 




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Students enjoy their chorus classes. 



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Orchestra 




The Reynolds High School Marching Band 
and Majorettes completed a successful year's 
work in February. After practicing and rehearsing 
every afternoon until 4:30 or 5:00, the marching 
band has performed at halftime for every game 
the Black Demons had this year. Few people rea- 
lize the time and preparation that must go into 
the planning of a football half-time show. First, 
a theme must be established with proper music to 
accompany it, and most important, accurate and 
suitable formations for the theme and the band 
must be planned. This task was left up to Mr. 
LaRue Epler, Reynolds new Instrumental Music 
Instructor and Band Master. A special thanks to 
all the Dancing Boots and the Majorettes for help- 
ing to make this year one of the best possible for 
the R. J. Reynolds Marching Band! 

First Row: K. Walters, E. Bryant, P. Huband, H. Harmon, B. 
Stanly, M. Sams, J. Slawter, A. Speas, M. Swanson, G. Richard- 
son L Copple, L. White, R. Rice, M. K. Mowery, M. Mc- 
Gra'ne. Second Row: Mr. Epler, S. Bradford, M. Hoots, D. 
Werner J Reynolds, M. Stroube, B. Merritt, T. Jones, T. 
Raper, D. Hancock, J. luele, R. Trent, S. French, S. Brewer, 
C David, D. Yarborough, J. Stuart, D. Mock, W. Moyer, S. 
Kates L. Ernst, R. Thurston, L. Mashburn, J. Kanoy, R. Mar- 
ion R Lee, G. Tuttle, E. Barwick, D. Daetwyler, P. Stith, C. 
Kennedy, L Kimel, R. Wanier. Third Row: J. Whalen, B 
Young, D. Blackwell, G. Pahr-lversen, K. Joyce, J. Shernll, 
P Teague D Brandon, C. Haase, J. A. Stellman, R. Goldberg, 
M Clancy, J. S. Sappenfield, M. Hunt, J. Shaw, B. Brewer, 
I Price, R'. M. Williams, N. Black, S. Harris, C. Barwick, J. 
Bruebaker, D. Bell, J. Julian, M. Moe, S. Zizzerman, B. Coop- 
er. Fourth Row: J. Kelly, J. Norfleet, W. Hanna, P. Freeman, 
B Mickey G. Kelly, J. Turner, B. Slaughter, J. Middleton, E. 
Hampton, G. King, T. Ward, J. Borgan, B. Hart, M. Yates, M. 
Mulhern, D. Gasque^ P. Froelich, K. Harrison, J. L. Divine, E. 
Huffstickler, L. Snyder, M. Andrus, S. Huffstetler, C. Won- 
savage, B. Lanier, B. Speaks, H. Bernhardt, E. Hepler, A. 
Haase. Fifth Row: R. Chambers, L. McElfrish, B. Petree, C. 
Burke, S. Sloan, M. L. Pope, E. Newell, J. Kittenger, J. A. 
Pickett, Z. Taylor, A. Cobb, F. Brewer, D. Wolfe. 



Black 




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One of the first objectives of the orchestra is to 
instill in each member the qualities of fine 
musicianship. Under the direction of Mr. La Rue 
Epler the orchestra performed for various civic 
organizations and chapel programs throughout 
the year. Along with the pleasure earned from 
presenting performances, the orchestra attempts 
to increase the popularity of good orchestral 
music and appreciation of the string instruments. 



First Row: C. Burke, L. Mashburn, J. Freeman, J. Norfleet, 
J. Sherrill, R. Wainer, L. Kimel. Second Row: E. Newell, P. 
Crouse, K. Vance, D. Bell, J. Brubaker, J. Julian, B. Cooper, 
S. Yokley, J. Kelly, K. Harrison, K. Joyce. Third Row: S. 
Bradford, P. Froelich, T. Martin, B. Young, S. Boyte, M. 
Clancy, W. Weaver, G. Tuttle, P. Stith, J. Middleton, T. 
Ward, J. Whalen, G. Pahr-lverson. Fourth Row: A. Cobb 
B. Malcolm, R. Chambers, J. Marin, D. Yarbrough, R. Trent, 
Mr. Epler. 



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Gold 



Band 







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Sarah Nash, 
Chief; Judy 
Harding assist, 
chief; Vicki 
Currin, Betty 
Brock, Lynn 
Kimball, Ann 
Conrad, Molly 
Thornton, Dixie 
Thomas, Kit 
Isley, Judy 
Pearce, Janie 
Meschan. 




Enthusiam of Sara Nash, chief, was displayed 
throughout the year. 




Sara Nash, chief; Lynn Kimball, Judy Harding, Vicki Currin, Kit Isley, Dixie Thomas, Judy Pearce, Janie Meschan, Betty Brock, 
Molly Thornton. 



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First row: Lane Sample, Jean Slawter, Georgann Richardson, 
Lynn Copple, Merry Swanson, Marsha Sams Second row: Mary 



Mowery, Linda White, Pam Huband, Jean Jones, Ann Speas, 
Rice, Helen Harmon, Emily Bryant, Beverly Starley. 



Rita 




During 1962 
and 1963 the 
Majorettes per- 
formed at Rey- 
nolds in twelve 
football games, 
basketball 
homecoming, 
the Wake For- 
est Freshman- 
Varsity basket- 
ball game, the 
Key Club Fol- 
lies, chapel pro- 
grams, parades, 
and many other 
events. This 
year they have 
worked diligent- 
ly and have 
been proud to 
represent their 
school. Major- 
ettes have many 
wonderful 
memories o f 
pe rformances, 
trips, and fri- 
endships to be 
cherished for- 
ever! 



Ann Speas, Chief Majorette 




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Dancing Boots 



First Row: L. Brockwell, J. Speas, B. Brownlee, P. Marcunas, N. 
Hawkins, C. Pratt, J. Waller, E. Bryant, C. Strickland, M. B. Hinkle, 
M. C. Mowery, L. Yelton, B. Forrester, B. White, S. Whitney, C. 
Totherow, S. J. Stewart, J. Senkus, B. Ashburn, B. Conrad, A. 
Barrow, M. Artman, L. Gibson, G. McClung. Second Row: Anne 
Speas, chief. Third Row: L. White, H. Harmon, P. Huband, J. 



Jones, B. Benton, M. Ogburn, M. Hedrick, S. Smith, M. Marcuson, 
K. Cockerham, K. Lineback, B. Tillotson, B. Stqnley, M. Swanson, 
asst. chief; J. Slawter, G. Schaum, B. Norman, R. Blackford, S. 
Brown, M. A. Fulton, K. Benton, S. Klein, J. Waller, J. Sams, C. 
Smith, B. Perry, M. Fowler, N. Robinson, R. Rice, J. Shore. Fourth 
Row: M. Sams, G. Richardson, L. Copple, L. Sample, asst. chief. 





Rebops 



First Row: S. Bradford, S. Boyte, M. Clancy, D. Bell, B. Young, D. 
Pfefferkorn, G. Barton, R. Wainer, P. Froelich, J. Martin, D. 



Yarbrough. Second Row: R. Chamber, B. Malcolm, T. Jones, L. 
Kimel, B. Petree, G. Tuttle, P. Stith, B. Hart, J. Morgan, J. 
Middleton, T. Ward. 



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Junior Varsity Cheerleaders 

First Row: Darlene Pardue, Dinah Little, Libby Harris, Lee Todd, Judi Dean, Libby Evans. 




Children's Home Cheerleaders 

First Row: Peggy Greer, Sandy Pace, Sandy Motsinger Second Row: Faye Smoot, Ruth Plyer, Martha Stone. 



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Office Pages 



First Row: R. Matis, N. Dize, A. Laughter, S. Nash, A. Speas, B. 
Harrill, M. Swanson, A. Herndon, C. Pratt, B. Norman, D. Johnson, 
E. Enders. Second Row: N. Baumgarten, N. Robinson, J. White, J. 
Robinson, J. Walsh, N. Harris, L. Snyder, E. Kirby, D. Thomas, J. 
Fulp, J. Gilmore, B. Davis. Third Row: J. Payne, S. Clapp, S. Shirley, 



E. Salmons, J. Agee, J. Kirkman, B. Freeman, J. Waller, K. Porth, 
E. Hepler, K. Harrison, P. Bambalis. Fourth Row: L. Satterfield, 
H. Houston, D. Bennett, A. Balafas, L. Hauser, L. Miles, D. Warf- 
ford, N. Hawkins, M. Mitchell, S. Brooks, J. Ransome, L. Lincoln. 




Bible Club 



First Row: J. Jarvis, K. Craver, T. Shore, W. Weaver, pres.; D. 
Bennet, v-pres.; Mrs. Thornton, sponsor; J. Craver, sec.-treas.; 
J. Ransome, G. Ballinger, L. Lincoln, M. Hoots. Second Row: J. 



Brown, C. Kennedy, J. Wilson, M. Johnson, T. Martin, T. Buck, 
R. Weaver, J. Pearce, L. Bostic, J. Barber. 



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Art Club 




First Row: Maria Neal, Sara Lindau, Havery Deal, Liona Smith, 
Janet Harrold, Danny Redmon, Suzanne Lackey, Gerry Speas, 
Sally Fleanor, Steve White, Larry Lamm, Johnny Maddocks! 



Second Row: Martha Culler, Jerry Chilton, Lee Pardue, J.ame 
Tilman, Frank Miller, Gioia Frahm, John Wade, Ann Lampert, 
Wade Austin, Ann Brownlee, Ruth Blackwell. 



Instrumental Music Club 




First Row: E. Hampton, S. Harris, L. Mashbum, L. Ernst, D. 
Brandon, R. Trent, J. S. Sappenfield, D. Daetwyler, C. Bowman, 
M. Hoots, J. Bolt. Second Row: B. Brewer, E. Huffstickler, C. 
Wonsavage, P. Teague, N. Black, S. Butner, S. Huffstettler, E. 
Newell, R. Wainer, J. Martin, D. Yarbrough. Third Row: D. Woener, 



C. David, B. Lanier, B. Hart, D. Gasque] T. Ward, C. Burke, S. 
Hilker, M. Andrus, F. Brewer, T. Raper, P. Stith, J. Smith, 
Smith, Mr. Epler. Fourth Row: J. Julian, W. Moyer, R. Chambers, 
J. Stuart, D. Hancock, R. Thurston, J. luele, T. Dawson, S. Brad- 
ford, M. Clancy, J. Kanoy, J. Morgan, P. Froelich, T. Jones. 



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Science Club 



First Row: J. Ballard, sec.-treas.; M. A. Fulton, pres.; S. Blackwell, 
v.-pres. Second Row: D. Law, B. Kirsch, J. Goodwin, T. Burks, M. 



Mulhern, S. Moore, C. Glenn, B. Jones, S. Zimmerman. Third Row: 
D. Blackwell, J. Clauset, E. Redmond, S. Daniel, V. Lyner, H. Hilker. 



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Caduceus Club 



First Row: B. Kirsch, sec; K. Gilliam, v.-pres.; M. Mitchell, pres.; 
L. Gibson, treas. Second Row: J. Robinson, L. Foley, K. Early, D. 
Jones, K. Brewer, S. Greeson, J. Anglin, C. Glenn, S. Moore, B. 
Jones, C. Peterson, B. Francis, D. Pulliam. Third Row: I. Rominger, 



J. Ransome, K. Joyce, T. Burns, D. Ruark, S. Hammons, J. Hoff, 
C. Wonsavage, K. Vance, S. Kruger, C. Yeager, B. Staley. Fourth 
Row: L. Mayo, K. Peoples, M. Bouldin, C. Snyder, K. Mabe, K. 
Levan, B. Reed, A. Stewart, A. Groce, R. Saunders. 



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Library Pages 



First Row: B Harris, K. Gilliam, M. Cass, K. Brewer, D. Saunders 
B Harris. Second Row: N. Gilliland, P. Smoot, C. Rachels p' 
Alexander, S. Bruce, N. Harris, L. Moser, H. Houston L Hill' N 
a If/ J hird „ Row: J - Meschan, S. Johnson, A. Warren, S. Brooks 
a. Walker, C. Oehman, W. Hanna, M. Edwards, S. Williams M 



Shaeffer, M. Fulp, L. Messick, C. Gaines. Fourth Row: A. Justice, 
B. Kirsch, A. Barrow, J. Sams, G. Mitchell, J. Levin, P. Fearrington, 
S. Bennent, G. Phillips, S. Hilker, I. Rominger, S. Kruger ,B Comas' 
P. Cryner, J. Heath, N. Mohr. 







Latin Club 



First Row: M. McGrane, pres.; C. Smith, v.-pres.; C. Warren sec ■ 
T. Weston, treas.; C. Kessler, D. McNames, M. Jordan, M. Benbow' 
5. Aspden. Second Row: D. Eubanks, S. Clopp, J. Gordon M Lay- 



ton, B. Reid, M. Edwards, K. Phillips, B. Freeman, C. David, P. 
Rake. Third Row: A. Moser, H. Leake, R. Reynolds, B. Braswell, 
H. Hilker, M. Turner, J. Frost, J. Causby, R. Barnhardt, B. Revis! 



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SYD CUNINGHAM 




CHARLIE NEAL 

G -captain 



RHUDY BENNETT 






RANSOM AVERITTE 



BOB GRAHAM 




DAVID HOBBS 



ED GRAHAM 




DON SMITH 





HOWARD CHIPMAN 



DICKIE WALKER 



STEVE BUTNER 




JOE GADDY 

Co-captain 




JOHN TUCKER 




BILL LAMBETH 



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BILL ATKINSON 



HANES CARTER 





First Row: P. Orr, B. Atkinson, S. Cunningham, H. Chipman, T. 
Dahlen R. Bennett, B. Benton, D. Walker, B. Graham, E. Graham, 
D. Hobbs, B. Lambeth, B. Christy, D. Smith, D. Warfford. Second 
Row: J Waller, J. Drew, J. Reaves, A. Adams, M. Robinson, S. 
Googe, B. Johnson, M. Little, G. Swearinger, E. Arrington, P. Eason, 
B Satterfield, R. Goodwin, W. Maxwell, B. Whiteheart, B. Russell, 



F Murphy Third Row: R. Crowder, T. Holton, A. Angel, J. Loftis, 
B Northington, M. Henry, J. Martin, J. Newton, J. Elliott, J. 
Sides S Swain, R. Grubbs, L. Forrest, R. Pennell. Fourth Row: 
D Cornelius, B. Houch, R. Averitt, M. Waltrip, J. Testo L. Bost, 
D. Blalock, T. McAden, D. Hensley, G. Barton, H. Carter, J. 
Tucker, S. Butner, B. Goslem. 





Mr. Wilson was head coach for our conference champion team. 



Coach Crater worked with our top rated defensive team. 



Footba 

Reynolds 14, Lexington 7 

Reynolds 19, Greensboro Page \3 

Reynolds 19, ■- ■■ ■ Gray 

Reynolds 21, High Point 12 

Reynolds 48, Salisbury 

Reynolds 20, Burlington 7 

Reynolds 13, Charlotte Garnnger 

Reynolds 7, Raleigh 



Scores 

Reynolds 13, East ° 

Conference Championship Game 

Reynolds 0, Greensboro Gr.msley 

(Reynolds Automatically wins with a tie) 

State 4-A Semifinals Game . 

Reynolds 0, ■■■• Gaston.a 

(Reynolds wins on Yardage) 

State Championship Game 

Reynolds 6, *° ck V Mount 20 



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1962 football season will be long remembered as the 
students at Reynolds recall the success of the Black Demons 
from the first kick off to the conference championship and the 
state championship where the Demons finished second in the 
state. These were glorious days of mounting enthusiasm and 
great determination on the part of our team. 

The Demons had depth at every position. When fullback Ed 
Graham was badly injured before the season started, Joe Newton 
stepped into the number one spot to keep that position strong. 
When tailback Dickie Walker was hurt, Gene Swearingen and 
Jimmy Loftis filled in ably. 

The season began when Reynolds traveled to Lexington. 
Lexington was favored but they were beaten 14-7. The Demons 
started the season in fine fashion outgaining Lexington 216 
yards to 89. Reynolds went on to beat Page 19-13 with three 
touchdowns made by Joe Newton. Our third victory was over 
cross-town rival Gray, 1 9-0. 

Fourth on the list was High Point, which fell by a score of 
21-12. In the next game the powerful Demons romped over 
Salisbury 48-0. Coach Wilson used all 62 varsity players and 
every unit seemed just as strong as the one before it. Reynolds 
beat Burlington 20-7 to stay undefeated and in first place in the 
Central 4-A Conference. Victory number seven came over Garin- 
ger as the Demons won 13-0. 

The pressure was beginning to mount as it does on undefea- 
ted teams. On homecoming night the Demons played the number 
one ranked team in the state, Raleigh; however, Reynolds slid 
by Raleigh 7-0. Reynolds met East High School which was 9-0 
for the season. The Demons won again 13-0 before 8,000 fans. 
The RJR defense held East to 16 yards on the ground. Their 
previous low was 160 and in all other games they had gained over 
200 yards. 

Next came the conference championship game at Greens- 
boro. The teams fought to a 0-0 deadlock but the Demons won 
the championship because they had no losses. 

With the pressure and excitement at a new high, Reynolds 
advanced to the semi-finals game with Gastonia. After the 0-0 
tie, figures had to be tabulated to see which team had gained the 
most yardage. After a tense wait of 20 minutes the announce- 
ment came that Reynolds had won the game on yardaqe 217- 
214. 

The state championship game played with Rocky Mount 
before 10,500 spectators, handed Reynolds their only loss of the 
season 20-6. The score was 7-6 going into the final quarter, 
but Rocky Mount scored twice to put victory out of reach. The 
Reynolds team had great reason to be proud. Their highly 
successful season was a team effort. There was no one player 
on the squad who could win games for the team. The games 
were won because of fierce blocking and tackling on the part 
of the line, and hard running on the part of the backs. The 
Black Demons finished second in the state due to great hustle, 
strong spirit, desire to win, and support from the Reynolds 
students. 




Charlie Neal and Joe Gaddy served as Demon Co-captains. 




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Bob Graham — All Con- 
ference, All State, Honor- 
able Mention Ail-American, 
Shrine Bowl. 



Don Hensley — All Con- 
ference, Honorable Mention 
All-State. 



Joe Gaddy — All Conference, 
Shrine Bowl, Honorable Men- 
tion All-State. 



Rick Crowder 
ference. 



— All Con- 



Terry McAden — All Con- 
ference, Honorable Mention 
All-State. 




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Joe Newton fought for yardage in the second game of the 
season with Page. 





High Point was the first team to score against us on the ground. 




The Demons scored their largest total of the season in the 
Salisbury game. 




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Cheerleaders led the team onto the field before the Gray game. 




Dickie Walker scored another Reynolds touchdown. 




Reynolds defenders stopped a Burlington offensive drive. 




Raleigh's defense couldn't hold the Demons. 



Rocky Mount was our only loss — the Reynolds Demons finished second 
in the state. 



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Front Row: J. Gaddy, D. Walker, B. Spry. Second Row: J. Omdahl, 
B. Hudspeth, R. Pike, T. Finwall, R. Crowder, G. Leight, T. Holton, 



D. Warfford, D. Stroupe, R. Finwall, T. Dawson, M. Murphy, T. 
Calloway, R. Caudle. 



Basketball 





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Boys listened to advice from Coach Whitley during time out. 



Players George Leight and Rick Crowder talked things over 
while the rest of the team was introduced. 



Scores 



Reynolds 47 East 51 

Reynolds 62 Northwest 54 

Reynolds 57 Hones 51 

Reynolds 51 Grimsley 52 

Reynolds 60 . Gray 48 

Reynolds 62 High Point 66 

Reynolds 49 East 71 



Reynolds 54 Hanes 36 

Reynolds 59 . . . Lexington 67 

Reynolds 47 Page 40 

Reynolds 52 Salisbury 50 

Reynolds 52 Burlington 66 

Reynolds 58 Gray 43 

Reynolds 36 High Point 48 



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Ricky Crowder shoots important foul shot. 



Joe Gaddy jumps against High Point guard 

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Demons fight for rebounds in the game against Greensboro Grimsley 



Ricky Hemrich jump shoots in J. V. game with Greensboro. 





Demons Mark Murphy (23) and Rick Crowder attempt to block 
High Point lay-up. 



David Stroupe goes up for a shot. 



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Wrestling 



First Row: S. Blalock, J. Newton, G. Swearingen, B. Christy, J. 
Testo, J. Hawkins, R. Haile, T. Deleot, J. Robinson, C. Baldwin G. 
Dean, M. Jorden. Second Row: S. Gilbert, C. Clary, M. Morgan, 



G. Moore, H. Hilker, S. Swain. Third Row: N. Reynolds, G. Piland, 
H. Lund, H. Leake, R. Keller, B. Goslen, J. Jones. Fourth Row: E. 
Hampton, Manager; D. Hensley. 




Swimming 



First Row: L. Pardue, F. Wilkins, E. Thompson, M. Waltrip, E. 
Arrington, T. Livengood, R. Cow, W. Austin, D. Binkley. Second 
Row: J. Munford, B. Lambeth, L. Mayl, B. McLean, B. Hand, 
P. Orr, T. Tilley, R. Weaver, C. Lambeth. Third Row: D. Mock, 



D. Pfefferkron, D. Capps, B. Sheppard, B. Maddis, B. Bahnson, 
J. Masten, R. Welfare, R. Thurston. Fourth Row: P. Wood, J. 
Mock, J. Farran, L. R. Bost, B. Steele, T. Getchell, B. Bunge, Z. 
Taylor. 



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Track 

TRACK RECORD 
1962 SEASON 

Reynolds vs Burlington vs Gray 75^-60-13^ 

Reynolds vs Greensboro 60-58 

Reynolds vs Salisbury vs High Point 71-46-31 

Reynolds vs Lexington vs Page 86-47-13 

Duke-Durham Relays 5th Place 

Sectional Meet 1st Place 

4-A Central Conference Meet 1st Place 

State Finals Meet 1st Place — State Champions 

All-Forsyth Meet 9 First Places 

3 Records 




Mr. Webster serves as coach for the track team. 





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1962 Spring Track Team 

First Row: J. Massey, B. Benbow, B. Sugg, R. Warren, T. Cordell, Third Row: D. Norwood, E. Turner, J. Brookbank, K. Dawson, R. 

K. Wilcox, F. Amend. Second Row: B. Houck, B. Rose, J. Testo, Short, J. Stewart, D. Rhue, E. Gregory, Coach Webster. 
B. Campbell, D. Sprinkle, S. Middleton, W. Walker, J. Martin. 




Cross Country 

First Row: V. Howell, S. Middleton, F. Nicholson, E. Gregorym, R. Short, D. 
Rhue. Second Row: T. Deleot, B. Wood, S. Wild, B. Rose. 



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First Row: G. Barton, D. Hobbs, R. Spillman, E. Arrington, C. 
Lambeth, J. Reeves, T. Holton, D. Smith, R. Crowder, J. Gaddy, 
E. Pagett, S. Sparks, M. Thrift, F. Martin. Second Row: C. Doub, 
C. Fletcher, J. Lowder, S. Kulanko, C. Springs, L Smith, M. 
Robinson, T. Calloway, G. Averette, P. Cason, R. Averitt, W. 



Kinney. Third Row: G. Reid, D. Jones, R. Testo, R. Cox, A. 
Moser, L. Forrest, F. Murphy, J. Gilliam, R. Grubbs, M. Spach, F. 
Macy, R. Reynolds, J. Beck, mgr. Fourth Row: L. Oakley, D. 
Smith, E. Hauser, R. Rohde, S. Johnson, R. Lee, D. Williamson, S. 
Peeples, A. Whiteheart, M. Reavis, B. Lane, B. Smith, mgr. 




Don Smith reaches for the ball. 




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Mr. Bryson coaches the baseball team. 




David Hobbs slides into third base. 



Rick Crowder waits for the pitch. j oe Gaddy, shortstop, throws the ball 

to first. 



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First Row: J. Ammons, D. Regoli, D. Baity, M. Woods, L. Ever- T. Owens, M. Melton, J. Ammons, J. Wade, K. Boose E. Wade, 

hardt, G. Bowman, B. Clary, T. Chilton, J. Morse. Second Row: F. Loflin, A. Jackson, E. Plowman Fourth Row: J. Zapka J. 

Coach Gibson, B. Nelson, J. Spaugh, L. Ellison, J. Chilton, J. Wevster, E. Brown, T. Jones, M. Hughes, A. Beard, F. Hughes, 

Weaver, R. Fulton, R. Staley, E. Brewer, L. Graig, Third Row: M. Peeper^W. Melton, P. Morse. 




BO CLARY 

Co-captain 



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Football 




ROBERT FULTON 

Co-captain 



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Seated: J. Amnions, B. Nelson, L. J. Everhart, E. Brown R. Rob- 



bins, T. Chilton, D. Regoli. Standing: L. Craig, B. Clory, R. Staley, 
K. Boose, R. Fulton, L. Ellison, D. McKnight. 



Basketball 




Seated: D. Payne, J. Vaughn, L. Peele, B. S. Reynolds, P. Whitaker, 
S. Harmon. Standing: B. Whitt, R. K. Ingle, L. Gibson, R. Wil- 



liams, M. Stone, G. Huneycutt, V. McKnight, J. Callison, mgr. 
Not shown: Sandra Motsinger. 



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G 
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TEAM 




First Row: Buddy Dixson, Jim Einstein, Dickie Walker, Rusty Finwall, George Leight, Tom Finwall, 
Bob Kulp. Second Row: Frank Morris, Jim Ford, Jim Sheffield, Bill Goodson, Baxter Slaughter, David 
Duetwyler, H. N. Young, Gene Wilson. Third Row: Jim Loftis, Bobby Martin, David McKenzie, Everett 
Thompson, Billy Doss, George White, Buster Chambers, David Stroupe, David James, Charles Deleot, 
Coach S. S. Wilson. 




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TEAM 



Front Row: T. Rucker, J. Benson, D. John, C. Matthews, B. Spry, C. David. Second Row: C. 
Pearce, B. Benton, P. Yount, B. Gray, T. Burns, Coach Whitley Third Row: M. Sugg, R. Hibbits, 
J. Frost, S. Yount, T. Thompson, J. Winder. 



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The Monogram Club is an honorary organization for Reynolds High 
School athletes who have received one or more letter awards for partici- 
pation in varsity sports. Students who have obtained enough promise 
in their individual sports or sports to merit their earning a varsity 
letter have the privilege of becoming an active member of the Mono- 
gram Club. The sports in which a letter may be won are football, 
basketball, baseball, track, tennis, golf, swimming, and wrestling. The 
club's sponsor is Mr. Wilson. These are the boys who have earned 
recognition due to their extra effort and work. 

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Officers: Dickie Walker, pres.; Ed Graham, v.-pres. 
Charlie Neal, sec; John Tucker, treas. 




First Row: R. Bennett, D. Warfford, R. Crowder, D. Hobbs, E. 
Graham, v.-pres.; D. Walker, pres.; C. Neal, sec; J. Tucker, 
treas.; C. Webster, T. Holton. Second Row: S. Sparks, M. Thrift^ 
S. Yount, B. Benton, F. Martin, D. Smith, G. Reid, M. Henry, s! 



Kulanko. Third Row: N. Mitchell, S. Middleton, B. Lambeth, K. 
Wilcox, J. Munford, C. Deleot, H. Chipman, S. Cuningham, C. 
Westmoreland, E. Gregory. Fourth Row: E. Pagett, B. Atkinson, S. 
Butner, R. Averitt, T. Dahlen, C. Matthews, H. Carter, B. Rose, 
P. Van Dorsten. 




First Row: P. Cason, G. Swearingen, J. Einstein, E. Arrington 
T. McAden, B. Satterfield, D. Hensley, J. Newton, S. Swaim M 
Waltrip. Second Row: J. Martin, M. Robinson, J. Reaver B Spry 



M. Little, D. Blalock, D. Cornelius, F. Murphy, B. Johnson, J. 
Loftis. Third Row: T. Deleot, R. Finwall, J. McMichael, J. Testo; 
D. Stroupe, T. Finwall, R. Short, F. Nicholson, R. Penned, S. Wild. 



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MARTHA JO CHAMBERS 

Co-captain 



DIANE DUNFORD 

Co-captain 



First Row: D. Dunford, captain; M. J. Chambers, captain. Second Row: Mrs. Nichols, L. 

Gibson, M. Hill, C. Hanna, S. Latta, E. Tucker, L. Brown. Third Row: C. Henderson, P. 

Burkes, S. Brewer, J. Pike, M. Artman, L. Snyder, I. Holton. Fourth Row: K. McLean, L. 
Middleton, L. McLeod, J. Teague, H. Schuitmaker, G. Yeager. 




First Row: D. Dunford, S. Latta, R. Greenwood, K. Smith, E. Tucker, M. J. Chambers, 
Second Row: J. Teague, C. Hanna, S. Smith, S. Thomas, M. Mitchell, D. Johnson, J. Weeks, 
C. Henderson, P. Phillips, G. Yeager, Mrs. Nichols, Third Row: B. Forester, H. Schuitmaker, 
T. Poberts, L. Brown, P. Burkes, M. Hill, M. Artman, J. Pike, K. McLean, L. Snyder, C. 
Johnson. Fourth Row: L. McLeod, J. Russell, P. Thompson, J. Meschan, L. Bader, J. Dean, 
R. Williams, M. Sechrist, J. Skinner, E. Enders. 




Girls' Speedball 




Varsity sports managers: Julia Kirkman, 
Mary Mitchell, and Lucy Holton. 



Basketball 




Basketball Co-captains: Elaine Tucker and 
Kathy Smith. 



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JEAN WEEKS 

Co-captain 




JAN KITTINGER 

Co-captain 




First Row: K. Hanna, K. Smith. Second Row: M. J. Chambers, R. Greenwood, E. Tucker, J. Kit- 
tinger, M. McGrane, Mrs. Nicholas, P. Thompson, K. Brewer, T. Strug. 




Around the tennis racket: T. Freeman, E. Tucker E. Enders, M. J. Chambers, T. Roberts, B. Forester, C. Moore, 
T. Strug, Mrs. Nicholas, P. Thompson, K. McLean, P. Phillips, C. Carlton. 



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Officals 
Club 



First Row: J. Binkley, P. Harbuck, B. Tucker, S. Latta, pres.; C. Hanna, K. Brewer, M. Chamber, Mrs. 
Nichols. Second Row: C. Moore, P. Phillips, M. McGrone, C. Smith, M. A. Walker, J. Malcolm, K. 
Morris, J. Dean, B. Adams. Third Row: K. McLean, J. Pike, H. Schuitmaker, L. McLeod, B. Ludlum, L. 
Snyder, L. Lewis, P. Thompson. 



Exercise leading, checking dirty towels and shower 
sheets, calling games, stacks of typing and posters to be 
done — it is easy to see that the gym leaders do many 
things. The backbone of the physical education classes, 
the gym leaders help themselves by helping others to 
leadership and cooperation — these are the key words 
that guide the Gym Leaders Club in the Girls Physical 
Education Department. 

First Row: M. A. Walker, L. Durham, C. Moore, W. Hanna, M. Mitchell, pres.; P. Harbuck, T. Roberts, T. 
Strugg, B. Forester, H. Harmon. Second Row: S. Leake, B. Deal, L. Brown, J. Pike, S. Latta, B. Adams, 
P. Thompson, C. Price, M. Hill, A. Thacker, Mrs. Nichols. Third Row: M. L. Masten, P. Neary, S. Brewer, 
D. Little, H. Schuitmaker, L. McLeod, M. Ellison, M. Layton, P. Shore, J. Meschan. Fourth Row: L. Evans, 
R. Wade, C. Smith, S. J. Stewart, L. Yelton, D. Pardue, J. Waller, M. Wasell, P. Davis. Fifth Row: M. J. 
Chambers, R. Greenwood, L. Gibson, B. Buice, B. Brownlee, L. Holton, A. McBride, B. Ruthledge. 



The Officials Club offers girls an opportunity 
both to develop leadership and to learn to follow 
authority simultaneously. To train officials, clinics are 
held for each sport in the intramural program. A girl 
must attend three out of five discussions and pass a 
written and practical test. The aim of the Officials 
Club is to stimulate better games and more exciting 
tournaments. 



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Leaders 

Club 




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Many girls could be found in the gymnasium after 
school participating in the intramural program of the 
Girls Athletic Association. The motto and aim of the 
club is "A sport for every girl and a girl for every 
sport." Opportunities for leadership in the Officials 
Club are available to any interested student. Varsity 
teams for speedball, basketball, tennis, and softball 
are selected by afternoon practices. In addition to 
these activities, the Girls Athletic Association presen- 
ted in chapel a Thanksgiving turkey, sponsored a cha- 
pel for girls to explain their purpose, and played a 
major role in the Black and Gold campaign. Under 
the guidance of Mrs. Violet Nichols, the Girls Athletic 
Association holds monthly meetings. Helping to co- 
ordinate the group is the Council. To be eligible for 
membership a girl must earn 100 points in the after- 
school program and maintain both a C average and 
an S on deportment. 



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Rosemary Greenwood, Bonnie Tucker, and Elaine Tucker record 
intramural points every day after school. 




Mrs. Nicholas is an able sponsor of the G.A.A. 




G.A.A. officers: Bee Forester, Pam Huband, Diane Dunford, 
Judi Dean, and Martha Chambers work diligently to plan pro- 
grams and activities. 



Council 



First Row: P. Huband, rec. sec; D. Dunford, v.-pres.; M. J. Cham- 
bers, pres.; J. Dean, corr. sec; B. Forester, treas. Second Row: 
M. Lentz, B. Harris, B. Adams, P. Thompson, K. Smith, B. Glenn, 



S. Latta, L. Faley, J. L. Divine. Third Row: E. Enders, J. Weeks, C. 
Moore, T. Strug, S. Nash, B. Freeman, C. Smith, R. Wade. Fourth 
Row: M. Mitchell, S. J. Stewart, B. Kirsch, J. Waller, J. Pearce, B. 
Tucker, M. Thornton. 



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First 1 Row: M. J. Chambers, pres.; D. Dunford, v.-pres.; P. Huband, 
rec sec; J. Dean, corr. sec; B. Forester, treas. Second Row: 
B. Stanley, S. Nash, M. Lentz, B. Adams, E. Tucker, E. Enders, R. 
Greenwood, K. Smith, S. Latta, B. Harris. Third Row: B. Norman, 
M. Thornton, J. L. Divine, P. Thompson, D. Little, C. Smith, B. 
Freeman, J. Waller, R. Wade, B. B. Harris, Mrs. Nichols, sponsor. 
Fourth Row: T. Strug, J. Weeks, B. Kirsch, S. J. Stewart, M. 
Mitchell, B. Glenn, B. Tucker, C. Moore, C. Hanna. Fifth Row: 
M. Marcuson, J. Sidelinger, B. Ludlum, C. Yeager, M. Griffiths, B. 
Benton, B. Hill, D. Philo, H. Tomlinson, A Powers, K. Cockerham. 
Sixth Row: C. Warren, L. Middleton, H. Shuitmaker, L. McLeod, 
P. Phillips, M. Artman, K. McLean, P. Harbuck, S. DeLeon, J. 



Sams, S. Klein. Seventh Row: R. Mathes, K. Brewer, D. Hagan, M. 
Bouldin, J. Gantt, M. Layton, L. Holton, A. Simmons, R. Frye, 
M. Forsyth, M. Ogburn. Eight Row: B. Pope, S. Thompson, P. 
Sapp, J. White, N. Robinson, S. Winder, S. Leake, B. Harrill, P. 
Fearrington, C. Carlton, L. Kimball, B. Brock. Ninth Row: H. 
Harmon, A. Conrad, C. Winder, C. Strickland, B. Reed, M. Cass, 
S. Van Dorsten, P. Shore, S. Russos, A. Balafas, J. Kittinger, L. 
Baker. Tenth Row: L. Snyder, B. Brownlee, A. Thacker, B. Staley, 
G. Schaum, J. Levin, G. Yeager, T. Roberts, B. Rutledge, B. Dixson, 
L. Copple, J. Waller, M. Swanson, G. Richardson. Eleventh Row: 

C. Taylor, M. McGrane, C. Price, M. Sams, S. Preseren, S. Thomas, 

D. Saunders, J. Aspden, B. Jones, D. Law, M. B. Hinkle, J. Slawter, 
T. Freeman. 



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Left bottom: Janie Meschan, chief; Libby Evans, Betty Forrester, Libby Harris, Trish Roberts, 
Pam Huband. Right bottom: Kit Isley, Assistant chief; Lee Todd, Judi Dean, Mary Jane 
Amos, Ruth Wade, Pam Davis. 



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Midst Nature's majestic glory she stands; 
Her vastness teaches ail humility; 
Her columns high do say "Forever strive!"; 
Her classic style shows our great heritage; 
Her earth, now worn to paths' by time and feet, 
Remind us of the students past who came 
With youth, found spirit keen and wisdom, too, 
And left prepared to meet life's problems well. 
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Not only beauty, spirit, grace, but more, 
A gentle and most human warmth she gives. 
Each day she shows through deeds both great and small 
Her standards, teachings, and traditions, 
Each everlastingly respected. She, 
The molder of our character and soul, 
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Such thanks as we are unprepared to give. 
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At this time we pause to look back upon our years at Reynolds. We stop to ask ourselves, "When did we 
come here?" This question may seem foolish, but it seems as if we have always been going to Reynolds and always 
will be, or at least will be in spirit. 



EIGHTH GRADE 



The graduating class of 1963 entered Reynolds 
High School on September 3, 1958. It was a large 
group of wide-eyed, eager, nervous and frightened 
youngsters that stood around the outside of the audi- 
torium trying to figure out why everyone did not just 
go into the building and take his seat. In the years to 
follow, however, this "waiting period," as so many 
other events, was recognized as traditional. After as- 
signments had been made, the trouble really started 
when the new eighth-graders began milling around the 
halls in search of room numbers. The massiveness of 
the building and those tremendously big people called 
"Seniors" did not help at all to make the little new- 
comers feel at home. 

Fortunately, since all our studies were contained 
in two sections, we were greatly relieved to have to re- 
member only two rooms in addition to the ever-popular 
cafeteria and that greatly-loved gymnasium. However, 
the most frantic problem was distinguishing the "up" 
stairs from the "down" stairs and trying to locate the 
corners of the building in terms of "east, west, north, 
and south." Oh, what a forbidden mistake, that of 
being caught in the middle of the stairs only to find 
that everyone else was going the wrong way. And none 
of our teachers would ever believe we were late because 
we got stranded on the stairs. Their only reply was 
"Think!" 

And that is what we were doing. We thought about 
asking for binoculars for all the eighth-graders when 
we had to go to Chapel, or for escalators while climbing 
the heights of Mount Auditorium-Seat, or for hearing 
aids when we had a fine-arts speaker. But we did some 
serious thinking, too. We thought what a great feeling 
of security each of us would gain as we remained at 
Reynolds. Although far from secure in the eighth grade, 
we could look at the upper-classmen and see what 
feelings would one day be bestowed upon us. We also 
thought about organizations. Sports had already got- 
ten under way with the football team going "all the way 
in triple A" (or can you remember when Reynolds was 
not a 4-A school?) This was one of the highlights of 
our years at Reynolds as it was the first year we were 
to be able to participate in the renowned "Reynolds 
school spirit." 

Our memories may fail us as we think back over 



our first year at Reynolds. Think a little harder and 
you may recall the excitement of our very own bomb 
scare when Mr. Joyner and the Fire Police searched 
the buildings only to find that the heating system was 
in need of repair, as always. Of course, all the stu- 
dents unquestionably enjoyed the mid-week vacation. 
There were other eighth-grade traumas also. Do you 
remember locating your locker? And then trying to 
find your way back to class. Or perhaps you would walk 
by the chemistry room and ask someone who or what 
had died. Oft you may have been the lucky one to 
catch a frog as it leaped (?) out of a biology class win- 
dow. Then again, if you happened to have a class on 
the fourth floor, you probably watched the repairman 
fix the auditorium roof or install the television antenna 
for Shorty's leisure moments. 

Although the entire year was one of confusion and 
frustration, there was a very strong emotion of admira- 
tion. At last, we had become High School students . . . 
even without eighth grade graduation! But that was 
our first year at Reynolds as we stood staring open- 
mouthed at the masses of students and upperclassmen 
thinking, "One day, we're going to be on the top!" 



NINTH GRADE 



The idyllic summer over, we returned to find our- 
selves as real Senior High School students, even if we 
were still on the bottom. Later, this fact became more 
important. We were now expected to take up the slack 
of the lost eighth grade. We rallied bravely though, 
week by week destroying our melodious voices after the 
inspiring message the cheerleaders inevitably gave us: 
"Y'all ye-eh-ll!" The cheers rocked the ceiling, and the 
team marched on. 

In preparation for our years as leaders, we now 
plunged white-hot into many activities — activities never 
before opened to us. Football, for instance, and basket- 
ball, baseball, and track. We were, of course, the most 
enthusiastic class in everything we did, but those in 
the band had a special reason: this year included a tri- 
umphant trip to Washington, to be repeated within 
two years. 

School was not, however, one continuous extra- 
curricular activity; we also had intracurricular activities 



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— like the evacuation. Remember the sad countenances 
and the somber manner of our exodus. And we had 
been so eager to get to a day of hard study! But there 
we were, relegated to a day of idleness at the Robin 
Hood Drive-ln. 

We felt our need for the eighth-graders once more 
when the Black and Gold campaign rolled around. But 
again we rallied and the goal was met — easily of 
course, because prospective customers are so eager to 
relieve us of our burden. 

Swiftly then, the year drew to a close. As it ended, 
we realized not only the finish of another school year 
but the destruction of another traditional part of Reyn- 
olds — the ninth grade. There was a slight pause as 
somebody contemplated our position at the end of a 
rich heritage. Ah well! Beaches, here we come! 



TENTH GRADE 



With the tenth grade came awareness. After two 
years at Reynolds, we finally became aware of just what 
was going on and we launched full swing into high 
school life. We began to separate the activities and 
organizations in which we were really interested from 
the many others, surging with force toward something. 
At last we contributed, no matter how little, to the 
school and started on the now dim and uncertain path 
toward the person we would be in the future. 

As a half-day relief from school came the Dixie 
Classic Fair in October. We ate candied apples and 
pink cotton candy; we rode on the most dangerous 
looking rides and investigated the most interesting- 
looking side shows; we threw away money, with little 
reluctance, hoping to win a teddy bear; we came home 
tired and dusty trying to remember whether or not the 
teachers gave us any homework and not really caring, 
because we weren't going to do it anyway. 

To our dismay, we became acquainted with biol- 
ogy, and "acquainted" was as far as some of us got! 
The lingering smell of long-dead worms, crayfish, and 
frogs amid the complicated list of names and more 
names will remain with us far longer than our knowl- 
edge of the course. 

During the unendurable part of every school year 
— the part between Christmas and Easter vacations — 
came the joyous series of "white Wednesdays," when 
it snowed for five consecutive Wednesdays. Of course, 
a damper fell on this joy when, later in the spring, we 
trudged to school on Saturdays! 

With spring came the Key Club Follies — their fun, 
their practices, their try-outs, and their work. Hidden 
talent and unique ideas were carefully put together to 
form an amazing series of acts. The auditions were 
filled with errors and fun; the practices were work and 



fun; planning the costumes was creative and fun; and 
the final Key Club Follies presentation was rewarding 
for the hard work, and even more fun! The Follies had 
come to be an event annually anticipated. 

In the tenth grade most of us acquired our long- 
awaited licenses. Now, at last, at last, we gained the 
thrill of rushing to the crowded parking lot along with 
the stream of other people to search frantically for 
our car amid the endless confusion. 

Along with our new feeling of awareness came new 
courage to venture on the landing, that entrance to the 
school upon which the boys line up in the morning and 
the upperclassmen meet in the afternoon. We quickly 
learned that the landing is also used for hitch-hiking. 
Familiar questions to be heard there were: "Do you 
have your car? May I have a ride home?" 

We realized that with the end of our sophomore 
year came the end of us being the youngest in school, 
which in truth was something special which we alone 
could claim. 



ELEVENTH GRADE 

Our Junior year was a strange-wonderful one . . . 
nine months of beginnings and endings, of seriousness 
and fun, of wisdom and foolishness. It can best be 
characterized by "our arrival." Scholastically and 
socially we finally began to achieve those goals we had 
viewed with such awe since the eighth grade. This was 
to be our "social" year, yet looking back, parties com- 
posed only a small part of our many activities. 

From the earliest September days, we realized that 
this year would be a very special one. After having held 
the coveted title of "Freshmen" for three years, we now 
were able to look haughtily at the "innocents" from 
the Junior Highs. Not only were we familiar with the 
teachers, the subjects, the Seniors, but also we were 
now upper classmen ourselves! It was an exhilarating 
feeling to watch the sophomores frantically looking for 
room numbers and hysterically running down the "up" 
stairs. 

Enjoying our newly acquired superiority, we often 
attempted to impress the younger generation with the 
knowledge we had acquired. We knew that madras and 
weejuns were apropos, and that the Triangle was THE 
place to buy your after-date cokes. Dating became more 
important and it seemed as if the whole school was at 
the movies on Friday nights; that is, if we were not 
cheering at a football or basketball game. In the spring 
the big dances spurred us to a feverish pitch of business. 
The Twirp Dance found all the girls dating old steadies 
or prospective beaus in hopes of some later invitation. 
Most of us worked harder on the Junior-Senior than we 
had ever struggled over any class work. Decorating the 
gym and planning the biggest event of the year were 






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almost more fun than the dance itself. The Old South 
was our theme, and the Rivieras provided the music 
for the most fabulous Junior-Senior that Reynolds has 
ever given. 

However, not everything was carefree and pleasant 
during our Junior year. We began worrying about col- 
lege, especially after we received our first S.A.T. scores! 
With most of us carrying five subjects, the school work 
gave us plenty of worry too, but we were so busy that we 
had no time to indulge in much mental anguish. 
Chemistry plagued many unscientific brains and the 
orations of Cicero echoed through our dreams. We 
were thoughtfully given several days away from this 
hectic activity when the cafeteria dished out that un- 
forgettable beef stew! 

As our junior year came to a close, many of our 
classes received coveted honors as a result of their 
four-year struggle. Nineteen were inducted into the 
National Honor Society, and the Quill and Scroll and 
the Masque and Gavel added to their ranks outstanding 
students in the fields of journalism and speech. Other 
organizations held notable inductions. The S.S.C. and 
the Key Club selected boys eager to carry on the spirit 
and tradition of these two service clubs. 

It was a year of good-byes. We put away our gym 
suits and tennis shoes, but we will never forget the cold 
showers and running through the tunnel. Our saddest 
good-bye was to Mr. Joyner. After 30 years of more 
than "highly desirable" service to Reynolds, Mr. Joyner 
graduated before we did. 

But now we began to see within our grasp the long- 
awaited time . . . the time when we would be "The 
Seniors." 



TWELFTH GRADE 



The twelfth grade has been the maddest, fastest, 
most exciting year of all — the wild combination of 
everything that has gone before and everything that is 
going to be. We were now the leaders, responsible 
for ourselves and everyone else. We entered this year 
of our glory aware that much was changed and new. 
Reynolds had a new principal, new teachers, new 
classes, and new outlooks, yet at the same time the 
traditions were never stronger. 

For instance, the beloved tradition of WORK! Fifty 
points of parallel, U. S. History, Virgil, and 
trigonometry. And who of you has dared forget: 
"Methought I heard a voice cry sleep no more; Macbeth 
has murdered sleep." None of us argued with that last 
statement. Of course, it wasn't all bad. How often did 
an evening at the library with your pet term paper turn 



into an evening at the Triangle with . . . oh, that was 
a secret, huh? And even if advanced classes meant 
getting up before the chickens (crows, bluejays, 
canaries, or what have you), those mornings were not 
wasted. Remember the rumors of the "moonshining" 
in Advanced Chem, or the whispers that Advanced Bi- 
ology students were shooting frogs with morphine? 

However, classes were the least of our worries this 
year because we were in a panic about the next year. 
Oh, those unfathomable applications the college of 
our (?) choice, the little picnics called "College Boards," 
the interviews, and the waiting. What would be the 
decisions from Duke and Davidson, from the National 
Merit and the Morehead people. Waiting — always 
waiting. 

Yet we didn't exactly pine away those months — 
we were too busy running. Never did it fail that we 
would have four different meetings at 3:05 the same 
day, and being officers and chairmen, we always had 
to be there. This class of ours produced some of the 
most capable leaders Reynolds has yet known and all 
our skills, talents, and brains were put to work con- 
stantly. The Service Clubs topped one project with 
another, the honor societies contributed endlessly. We 
missed our Wednesday morning club periods, but the 
faithful kept right on coming after school. At the 
games it seemed the entire Senior class was on the 
field or leading cheers or marching with the band. Thus 
the year whirled by for us, and almost too soon the 
talk turned to graduation. 

Our robes, which are swallowing us whole and 
tripping us up, our little brown bags of invitations, our 
pale and frothy dresses for class day — all the traditions 
of an era finally ours to keep. Oddly though, many of us 
are not at all sure we want to keep them yet. Looking 
down an empty hall devoid of all the familiar faces of 
five years, we realize what we are now preparing to 
relinquish. But then we think of Myrtle, and what our 
senior summer promises, and who can keep a straight 
face thinking of that. 

Soon now we shall stand on that stage for the last 
time, hear our alma mater echo through the night and 
cherish forever one small phrase: "We're from 
Reynolds — we couldn't be prouder." 



Steve Bradford 
David Bell 
Jim Ballard 
Ruth Blackwell 
Caroline Carlton 
Robin Beach 



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Senior Statistics 



REBECCA CHERYL ADAMS 

Language Course: Resegis; Serviteers; College Club; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intra- 
mural Sports 1,2,3,4; Officials Club 4; G.A.A. council 4; Gym Leaders' 
Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Debating Club 2; German Clubs 3,4, pres. 4; 
Dramatics Cliub 1 . 

JOSEPH LEON AGEE 

Language Course: German I Club 3; German II Club 4. 

PAMELA GAY ALEXANDER 

Language Course: Jr. Science Fair 1; Y-Teens 2; Dramatics Club 2,3; 
French Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Pep Board 
3; Library Staff 3,4; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club. 

JOHNNY HAMMETT ALLRED 

Scientific Course: Marching Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3. 

MICHAEL RAMSEY ANDRES 

General Course: Chorus 4; Chess Club 4. 

RICHARD L. ANGELL 

Scientific Course: C. H. Baseball Jr. Var. 1 ; C. H. Basketball Jr. Var. 1 ; 
C. H. Var. Basketball 2; German Club I 2; Bible Club 2,3,4. 

LUCY REYNOLDS ARMFIELD 

Language Course: Salem Academy 1; G.A.A. Basketball Team I; Tennis 
Team 2,3; Garrison Forest 2,3; Basketball Team 2,3; Tennis Team 2,3; 
Badminton Team 2,3; Choir 2,3; French Club 3; Music Club 2,3; G.A.A. 4. 

SUE CAROL ASHBURN 

Language Course: Children's Home School 1; Band 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; 
Junior Red Cross 3. 

WILLIAM ERNEST ATKINSON II 

Scientific Course: Varsity Football 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Science Club 3; 
Intramural Basketball 4. 

WALTON WADE AUSTIN 

General Course: Art Club 3; Art Club 4; Hall Monitors 4; Pep Board 4; 
Swimming Team 4. 

BEVERLY JANE AVERETTE 

Language Course: House of Representatives 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Teen-Age Council 4 ;Y-Teens 1,2,3; Pep Board 2; Football 
Sponsor 4; Intramural Sports 4; Hall Monitor 4. 

CHARLES GRIFFIN AVERETTE 

Math Course: Baseball 3; Gun Club 3; Baseball 4; Intramural Basketball 4. 

RANSOM STRINGFIELD AVERITT JR. 

Language Course: Physical Fitness Club 1,2; History Club 3,4; Football 1,4, 
Vars. 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; DeMolay 3,4; German Club 
3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Swimming 4; Intramural Basketball 4. 

CHARLES NEAL BAILEY 

Industrial Course. 

ATHENA GUS BALAFAS 

History Course: Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Officials Club 2; 
History Club 2; Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; Office Page 4. 



DAVID ELLIOTT BELL 

Language Course: National Honor Society 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; President 4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Re-Bops 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-president 3, Treasurer 4- 
Instrumental Music Club 1,2; I.O.F.F.C. 1,3,4. 

CAROLYN MARGARET BENNETT 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Junior-Senior Committee 3; 
Junior Red Cross 2; Pep Board 2; Black and Gold Beauty Queen. 

DONNA KAY BENNETT 

Language Course: Nurse's Room Page 4; Art Club 2,3; French Club 3; 
Bowling League 3,4; Dramatics Club 1; Intramural Sports 1,2,3; YFC Club 
1,2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4. 



RUDOLPH O'STEEN BENNETT 

Mathematics Course: Football 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 
Monogram Club 3,4; Basketball 1. 



1,2,3; S.S.C. 3,4; 



STEPHEN JOSEPH BENNETT 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Hall Monitor 
3; House of Rep 3; Bible Club 3; Junior Nominating Committee 3; Library 
Staff 4. 

WILLIAM GRADY BENTON 

Social Studies Course: Key Club 1,2,3,4; Treas. 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sec. 2; Football 
2,3,4, J. V. 2, Var. 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Var. 3,4; House of Rep. 4; Hall 
Monitor 4; History Club 1,2,3; Monogram Club 4; Student Phys. Ed. 
Instructor 4; Basketball, Jr. Vars. 2, Scrub 1; Junior-Senior Committee Co- 
chairman; German Club 2,3. 

CRIST SCOTT BLACKWELL 

Scientific Course: Science Club 3,4; Chemistry Club 3; Hi-Y 2,3; National 
Honor Society 4; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 3; Hall Monitor 4; German 
Club 2,3; Delegate to Junior Science Symposium 3; Second Place in State 
Chemistry Contest 2. 

RUTH CRIST BLACKWELL 

Language Course: House Court, Sec. 3, Speaker pro tempore 4; Jr. Varsity 
Debater 2; Senior Marshal 3; Student Council 2; Art Club 3, pres. 4; Masque 
and Gavel; Honor Society 2,3,4; Serviteers 3; College Club 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Homecoming Sponsor 4; Vox Seniorum; DAR Good Citizen. 

GENE SHELBY BOGER 

Language Course: Senior Service Club 4; Math Club 2; German Club 3,4, 
v.pres. 4; Hall Monitor 4; Jr. Var. Football 2,3; Football Homecoming Escort 
4; Intramural Basketball 4; World Peace Speech Contest 3; Declamation Con- 
test 3; Summit School 1; Baseball 1; Football co-captain 1. 

JANIE LOUISE BOUGHMAN 

Commercial Course: Chorus 4. 

ROBERT VADEN BOULDIN 

Language Course: Teenage Council 1,2,3,4; German Club 3,4; Homecoming 
Escort 4; Gun Club 2. 



THOMAS GILMER BOWDEN III 



Language Course: Hi-Y 3; 
Basketball 1,2; Newspaper 1 



Football 2; Spanish Club 3; Hall Monitor 3; 



ALONZA WOOD BALLARD III 

Scientific Course: French Club 3,4; Chemistry Club 3; Science Club 1,2; 
German Club 2; Physical Fitness Club 1; Chess Club 4. 

JAMES CLARK BALLARD 

Scientific Course: Science Club 2,3,4, v.-pres. 3, sec. -treas. 4; N. C. Junior 
Science Symp. 3; Nat. Honor Society 4; German Club 3,4; Lab. Assistant 
3,4; Dramatics Workshop 3,4; Vox Seniorum; Ushers Club 2,3. 



PAULINE THEOFANIS BAMBALIS 

Commercial Course: College Club 4, pres.; Resegis; Serviteers sec 
Committee; Red Cross Representative 1 ,2 
Office Page 4. 



Homeroom Treas. 3; 



Jr.-Sr. 

Sophoteers; 



GERALD EDWIN BARBER 

Scientific Course: German 1; German 3; Physical Fitness; Graphic Arts. 

WILLIAM RAYMOND BARLOW 

Scientific Course. 

ROBERTA KAY BEACH 

Language Course: Senior Class V.-pres.; Superlatives — Most Intellectual, 
Most Likely To Succeed; Nat. Honor Society 3,4, sec. 4; Masque and Gavel 
2,3,4, v.-pres. 3, pres. 4; Debating Club 2,3,4, v.-pres. 4; Debating Team, Jr. 
Vars. 2, Senior Vars. 3,4; Sec. of Junior Class; House of Rep. 2,3,4; House 
Court 3; Vox Seniorum chairman; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, treas. 1, sec. 2; City's 
Teenager of the year — 1962. 



NORMA BOWMAN 

Science Course: Millington Central High School 1; Robert & Lee High School 
2,3; Marching Band 4; Concert Band 4; Instrumentalist's Club 4, secretary 4; 
Scribblers Club 4; German Club 4; Intramural Sports 4; Red Cross Rep. 4. 

JOHN STEPHEN BRADFORD 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Drum Major 1,2,3,4; Concert 
Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Rebops 1,2,3,4; Instrumental Music Club 1,2,3,4, 
president 3; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; student director 4; German Club 3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 4, accompianist 2,3,4; Red Cross Rep. 1; Vox Seniorum 4, 
co-chairman. 

BARBARA KAY BREWER 

Language Course: Pep Board 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, council 1,2,3, Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4, Officials 1,2,3,4; Library Staff Page 3,4, vice president 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, I.C.C. 2; Resegis 4; College Club; Caduceus Club 4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4; Serviteers; Sophoteers; French 
Club 3,4. 

BENJAMIN KIDD BREWER 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Instrumental Music Club 
2,3,4; Stamp Club 1 . 

EARLE WENDELL BREWER 

Math Course: C. H. Football 3,4; C. H. Track 2,3,4; C. H. Baseball 2. 
C. H. Monogram Club; C. H. Ushers Club. 



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Senior Statistics 



JAMES STEWART BRITTIAN 

Language Course: C. H. Football 1,2,3,4; C. H. Track 1,2; Monogram Club 
1,2 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Ushers Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Senior Service 
Club 3,4. 

ELIZABETH STEEN BROCK 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2; Jr. Var. Cheerleader 3; Cheerleader 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Teenage Council 3,4; Senior Marshal 3, Alter- 
nate; Football Sponsor 4; French Club 2,3; Pep Board 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; College Club. 

SUSAN LYNN BROOKS 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Intramural sports 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4; Order of the Rainbow 1,2,3,4; Recorder 2,3, Grand 
Cross of Color 4; German Club 3,4, Sec. 3; Library Page 4; Nurse's Page 4; 
Colege Club; Resegis 4. 

DAVID LEWIS BROWN 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 2,3,4; German Club 2,3; Football 1; Track 2,3; 
Hi-Y Basketball 2,3,4; Intramural Basketball, Capt. 4. 

PAUL PAISLEY BROWN 

General Course: French Club. 

ANN LOUISE BROWNLEE 

Language Course: Pep Board 4; German Club 2,3; Junior-Senior Committee 

3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; College Club, treas.; Vars. Basketball 

3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Service Club 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Officials' 
Club 1,2,3,4; Gym Leaders' Club 3. 

JANE GRAY BRUBAKER 

Language Course: Instrumental Music 1; Sophoteers; Serviteers; German 
Club 3,4; Pep Board 4; College Club; Rainbow 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 
1,2,3, v.-pres. 4; Concert Band 1,2,3, v.-pres. 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; National Honor Society 4. 

WILLIAM THOMAS BUCK 

Language Course: Southwest High School 1,2,3. 

CATHERINE LEE BURKE 

Language Course: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Colorguard 2,3,4, Chief 3,4; College 
Club 4; Instrumental Music Club 3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3; Piedmont 
Orchestra 1,3,4; French Club 3; Glee Club 2,4. 

ROBERT EDWARD BURKE 

Scientific Course: Stamp Club; German I Club; German II Club; Chorus 1,2,3; 
Baseball Manager; DeMolay. 

THOMAS JORDAN BURNS JR. 

Scientific Course: Science Club 1,4; Chemistry Club 3; Key Club 2,3; De- 
bating Club 4; Orchestra 3,4; French Club 3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 2; Track Team 1,2; Tennis Team 3,4; Swimming Team 4; Caduceus 
Club 4. 



MARTHA JOSELYN CHAMBERS 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3, sec. 3, pres. 4; Vars. Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Vars. Speedball 1,2,3,4, Co-capt. 4; Vars. Softball 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Offi- 
cials Club 1,2,3,4; Gym Leaders' Club 1,2,3,4; Youth Physical Fitness Rep. 
3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; College Club; Serviteers. 

HOWARD LEE CHIPMAN 

General Course: S.S.C. 2,3,4; Jr. Vars. Football 3; Vars. Football 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Band 1 . 

WILLIAM ROGERS CHRISTY JR. 

Scientific Course: Football; Track; Monogram Club; Gun Club, pres; Intra- 
mural Basketball; Wrestling; Physical Fitness Club; Baseball. 

GEORGE MICHAEL CLANCY 

General Course. 

ROBERT HARRISON CLARK JR. 

Language Course. 

WILBURN COLUMBUS CLARY II 

Language Course: S.S.C. 1,2,3,4; C. H. Football 2,3,4, All-Conference 4; 
C. H. Basketball 1,2,3,4, All-Conference 2,3; C. H. Baseball 1,2,3,4, All- 
Conference 3; C. H. Monogram Club 2,3,4, President 4; German Club 2,3, 
Treasurer 2. 

KARL HAROLD CLAUSET, JR. 

Scientific Course: Math Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3,4; German Club 2,3; 
Usher's Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 3,4; National 
Honor Society 4; History Club 4. 

SANDRA CHARLENE CLIFTON 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Board 1,2, Council 4; 
Gym Leader 3; House of Representatives 3; Rainbow Girls 1,2,3,4, pres. 4; 
Senior Executive Committee 4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College 
Club. 

ALAN SPENCER CLOWES 

History Course: Band 1; Marching Band 1; French Club 2,3, vice-pres. 2; 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; Var. Baseball Manager 2; Junior-Senior Committee 3; House 
of Representatives 4; Teenage Council 4; Swimming Team 4; Senior Service 
Club 2,3,4, pres. 4; Superlative — Kindest, Friendliest. 

MARTHA CAROLINE CLY 

Language Course: Chorus 2,3,4; State Choral Festival 2,3,4; District Contest 
2,3,4; Red Cross Representative 3,4; Y-Teens 1 ,2,'3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Spanish Club 3; College Club; Alternate Color guard 4; Intramural Sports 1, 
2; Bowling Team 1,2. 

SHARON LOU COBB 

General Course: Pep Board 1; Red Cross 1; Chorus 1,2,4; Office Page 2; 
Y-Teens 4; College Club; Intramural Sports 1. 



GEORGE STEPHEN BUSH 

Mathematics Course; Amarillo, Texas, Palo Duro High 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; 
Hi-Y 1,2; Radio Club 1; Stage Crew 3; Orchestra 2; Band 3,4. 

STEVE SHARPE BUTNER 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Physical Fit- 
ness Club 1; German Club 3,4; Jr. Varsity Baseball 3; Track 4; Intramural 
Basketball 4; Monogram Club 4. 

CAROLINE DEARING CARLTON 

Language Course: Varsity Debater 3,4; Debating Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. -Treas. 3, 
Pres. 4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4, Sec. -Treas. 3; Co-Editor of Pine Whispers 
4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; National 
Forensic League 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; G.A.A.; Var. Tennis 1,2,3,4. 



KAREN JEAN COCKERHAM 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, treas. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Officials' Club 
3; Gym Leader 2,3; Hall Monitor 2; Sophoteers; Serviteers, v.-pres.; Resegis; 
College Club, secretary; Dancing Boots 3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
House of Representatives 4. 

i 
LINDA GAIL COLLIER 

Commercial Course: Office Page 4; Hall Moniter 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; Red Cross 2. 

KAREN LYNNE CONRAD 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Red Cross 1,3; Sophoteers; College 
Club- Hall Monitor 4; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4, Outer Observer 2; Art 
Club 2; French I Club 2; Bowling 1,2,3,4; Serviteers. 



ALMON FRANKLIN CARR 

Language Course: German Club I 3; German Club II 4; Junior Science Club 
2; Chorus 2,3,4; Marching Band 3; Square Dance Team 2,3; Red Cross 2; 
Intramural Basketball 4. 

MAUDIE CARROLL CASS 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Intramural sports 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Gym Leader 2,3; Officials Club 2,3; Serviteers; Sophoteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Library Club Secretary 3 ,pres. 4; German Club 3,4, pres. 3; Jr. Red 
Cross 2. 

HANES GAY CARTER 

Scientific Course: Jr. Var. Football; Gun Club 2,3; Var. Football 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Art Club 4; Track 3. 

MILDRED JANIE CHAFIN 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; G.A.A. 
1,2,3; Intramurais 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3; Pep Board 2,4; 
College Club. 



ROSEMARY ANN CONRAD 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; Jr. Var. 3; Senior 
Marshal Alternate 3; Pep Club 3,4; College Club; Service Clubs 2,3,4; 
Office Page 1; French Club 2,3 Red Cross 3, pres. 4; House of Representa- 
tives 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Council 3. 

DIANA LYNN COPPLE 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; Majorette 4; Pep Board 2,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2; House of Representatives 1; College 
Club- Football Sponsor 3,4; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2, 
3,4; Gym Leader 2,3; Officials' Ciub 1 . 

JOE REID COVINGTON JR. 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3, var. 3; Tennis 3; Hi-Y 2,3,4. 

SUSAN CAROL CRANFILL 



Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Serviteers; 
Football Homecoming Sponsor 4; Bowling 4. 



College Club; Hall Monitor 4; 



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emor Statistics 



NELL BERN1CE CRANOR 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1; House of Representatives 1; Red Cross 1; 
Chorus 2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Hall Monitor 3; Resegis; Pep Board 4. 

RICHARD MASON CROWDER JR. 

Scientific Course: Key Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Teen-Age 
Council 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4, treas. 3, pres. 4; House of Representa- 
tives 1,2, treas. 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4, All-Conference 4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4, J.V. 2; Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Junior 
Class Treasurer; Boys' State 3, Mayor Supreme Court Justice, Alternate Boys 
Nation; Superlative 4: Best All Around, Most Popular. 

MARTHA GAIL CULLER 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,4; College Club; Resegis; Art Club 1,3,4; 
Red Cross 1,2; Pep Board 1; Glee Club; Dramatics 1,2; G,A,A, 1,2. 

CHARLES HARRISON CUNINGHAM 

Industrial Course. 



Football 2; Var 



SYDNEY GARRETT CUNINGHAM 

Scientific Course: Band 1; German Club 3,4; Jr. Var. 
Football 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Intramurals 4; S.S.C. 3,4. 

VICK1 LYNN CURRIN 

Language Course: Football Sponsor 4, Homecoming Queen; House of 
Representatives 1,3; Pep Board 2,3,4; College Club 4; Senior Marshal 3; 
Teen-Age Council 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Junior-Senior Committee, General 
Committee; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; Black and Gold Staff 3,4, Senior 
Editor 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Superlative — Kindest. 



DIANE JUNE CURRY 

Language Course: Antigua Girls High School, St. Johns, Antigua, 
Indies; United States Naval Facility School, Antigua, West Indies. 



West 



Language Course: 
Resegis. 



BETTY RUTH CURTIS 

Y-Teens 2,3; Debating Club 2; 



Serviteers; College Club; 



THOMAS WILLIAM DAHLEN 



Scientific Course: Scrub football; Scrub basketball; Scrub baseball- Var 
football 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Physical Fitness Club 2,3. 

NORMA KATHRYN DAVENPORT 

Language Course: Basketball, Softball, Volleyball Intramurals; Order o1 
Rainbow for Girls 2,3,4; Serviteers; Y-Teens 3; French Club 3,4, v. -pres. 4; 
College Club; Resegis, Treas.; Hall Monitor 4; Red Cross Represent- 
ative 4. 

BONNIE JEAN DAVIS 

Language Course: Sophoteers 2; Intramural sports, Bowling team 3; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; Y-Teens 4; Office Page 4; College Club. 

STEPHEN ROBERT DAVIS 

General Course: German Club 1,2. 

KENNETH COLIN DAWSON 

Scientific Course: German Club 2,3; Track 3,4. 

CHARLES FREDERICK DELEOT 

Scientific Course: Red Cross Representative; Debating Club 1,2; S.S.C. 2,3, 
4; German Club 3,4; History Club 3; Teen-Age Council 3,4; Vars. Football, 
Manager 4; Monogram Club 4; Golf 2,3,4; Senior Superlative — Best Looking. 

CONRAD FRANKLIN DISHER JR. 

History Course: Band 1,2; Chorus 3,4; Football 4; Photography Club 1; 
Bible Club 2,3; Monogram Club 4; Baseball 1; DeMolay 3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4. 

JENNIE LOU DIVINE 

Language Course: French Club, secretary; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, v. -pres. 
2; G.A.A., Council, bowling secretary 1,2,3,4; Order of the Rainbow 2,3,4 
Band 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; German Club v. -pres. 3, pres. 4 
Scribbler's Club v. pres. 3; Chorus 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; Vox Seniorum 4. 

MARY BETHEL DIXSON 

Language Course: Pep Board Council 4; Hall Monitor 4; College Club; 
Junior- Senior Committee 3; French Club 3,4, v. pres.; Art Club 2; Serviteer, 
treasurer; House of Representatives 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Resegis; Office Page; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

SYLVIA DIANE DUNFORD 

Language Course: G.A.A., v. -pres., treas. 2,3; Officials Club 1,2,3,4; Gym 
Leaders' Club 1,2,3,4; German Club, sec. 3; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Vars. Basketball 2,3,4; Vars. Speedball 1,2,3,4; Vars. Softball 2,3; 
Resegis; National Honor Society 3,4. 



WILLIAM EARL II 

Industrial Arts Course. 
JAMES SCOTT EDWARDS 

Language Course: Pep Board 1; Basketball 1; Golf 1,2,3,4; German Club 
2,3; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y Basketball 2,3,4; Freshmen Boys Club; Lunch Club; 
Track 4; Baseball 1. 



Scientific Course: 
Basketball 4. 



JOHN MAIGRIT ELLEN 

Football; Track 2,3; Cross 



Country 3; Intramurls 



LARRY DOUGLAS ELLISON 

Industrial Arts Course: House of Rep. 2; Red Cross 1,2. 
MARTHA ANN ELLISON 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2; Resegis; College Club; 
Serviteers; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Pep Board 4. 

MYRA ELLEN ENDERS 

Language Course: Pep Board, co-chairman 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Vars. Basketball 3,4; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Guidance Office 4; 
German Club 3,4. 

LYNN MARIE ERNST 

General Course: Intramural Sports 1,2; Y-Teens 1; Hall Monitor 3; Red Cross 
Representative 3; Marching Band 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Instrumental 
Music Club 3,4; Orchestra 4; Sewing Club 4. 

DONALD JERRY EVERHART 

Scientific Course: German I Club 2; German II Club 3. 

WENDELL ELLIOTT EYSENBACH 

Language Course: Basketball 1; Golf 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, sergeant at arms 4; 
Hi-Y Basketball 2,3,4; German Club 2,3; Science Club 4; Math Club 1; 
Intramural Basketball 4. 

LORA LAKE FALEY 

Language Course: French I Club 2; French II Club 3; Debating Club 3; Dra- 
matics Club 2,3,4; Resegis; College Club; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 4; Masque and 
Gavel 3,4; Caduceus 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1,2,3,4. 

ANNE PEYTON FEARRINGTON 

Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4, Secretary 4; Pine 
Whispers Staff, Feature Editor 4; French Club 1, V. Pres. 2; Jr.-Sr. Commit- 
tee Chairman; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Gym Leader 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Library 
Staff 4; Resegis; College Club. 

JAMES EDGAR FINLAYSON III 

Scientific Course: Basketball; Sophomore Hi-Y; Hall Monitor 4. 
JAMES THOMAS FORD 

Language Course: German I Club 3; German II Club 4; Golf Team 2,3,4, 
Var. 3,4; Hall Monitor 4; Intramural Basketball 4. 

GIOIA MAROIA FRAHM 

Language Course; Scribblers Club 2,3,4; French I Club 3; French II Club 4; 
Art Club 4; Chorus 4. 

BONITA ANNE FRANCIS 

Scientific Course: Serviteers; Chorus 2,3; Pep Board; Resegis; Caduceus; 
Spanish Club 3; College Club; Intramural Sports 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

JACK NOWELL FROST 

Language Course: DeMolay 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Basketball 1; Math Club 
2,3; Latin Club 4; French Club 2,3, pres. 2; Science Club 1 . 

FRANCES JO FULP 

Language Course: Student Council 3; House of Representatives 1,2; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4, President 4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; G.A.A. 1,2; Gym Leader 
1,2,3; College Club; Senior Executive; Guidance Page; Hall Monitor 2. 

WILLIAM MARSHALL FULP JR. 

Language Course: Key Club 3,4; House of Representatives 1,4; Pep Board 3; 
Jr. Var Basketball 3; Hall Monitor 4; Hi-Y 4; Hi-Y Basketball 4; Home- 
coming Escort 4. 

MARY ANN FULTON 

Language Course: Pep Board 1; Recitation Contest 2,3; Science Club, 
pres. 4; French Club, v. -pres. 3,4; Chemistry Club, pres. 3; Science Club, 
pres. 4; French Club, v.-pres. 3,4; Junior Red Cross Representative 3; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; Dancing Boots 3,4; Chorus 1. 

ROBERT IRVING FULTON 

Language Course: C. H. Football 2,3,4, captain 4; C. H. Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
C. H. Track 1,2,3,4, Most Valuable 4; C. H. Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; W.S.M. 
4. 

TOMMIE LYNN FULTZ 

Commercial Course: Serviteers; Sophoteers; Y-Teens 2,3; Order of the 
Rainbow for Girls 1,2,3,4; Square Dance Team 2,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2; All- 
American City Chorus 3,4; Library Page 4. 



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Senior Statistics 



JOE ELLIS GADDY JR. 

Mathematics Course: S.S.C. 1,2,3,4; sec. 3; Teenage Council 2,3,4; Hi-Y 
2,3,4, sec. 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Junior High I, varsity 2,3,4, co-captain 4; 
Shrine Bowl Rep. 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Junior High 1, jr. var. 2, var. 3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Junior High 1, var. 2,3,4; Junior-Senior Committee 3; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4. 



CLAIRE RAMSEY GAINES 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1; Art Club 2; Serviteers; 
Staff 4; French Club 2,3. 



College Club; Library 



LINDA JUDITH HARDING 

Language Course: Senior Marshal, Chief; Pep Board 3,4; House of Repre- 
sentatives 2,3; Gym Leaders Club; Serviteers 3; Sophoteers 2; College Club 
4; Y-Teens 1,2; Football Sponsor 2; Jr.-Sr. Committee; Teen-age Council 3,4; 
Cheerleader 3,4; Asst. Chief 4. 

GRACE ELIZABETH HARRILL 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; House of Rep. 2; Pep Board 3,4; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; Dancing Boots 1,2; Intramural Sports 
1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Guidance Office Page 4; Y-teens 1,2,3,4. 



Language Course: 
Fitness Club ) . 



J. V 



WALTER LESTRADE GILBERT 

Football 2; Red Cross 1; Debating Club 2; 



Physical 



JUDITH MERRILL GILMORE 

Language Course: National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 4, pres. 4; 
Pep Board Council 4; House of Representatives 2,3; Senior Executive Com- 
mittee; Serviteers; Sophoteers; Vox Seniorum; Office Page 4; Y-Teens 1,2; 
Co-Sponsor for J. V. Cheerleaders 4. 

ELIZABETH CAROL GLENN 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, council 4; Gym Leaders' Club 3; Office 
Page 1; Hall Monitor 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Spanish Club 4. 

VIVIAN DIANNE GOBBLE 

Language Course: Dramatics Club 1,2 Serviteers; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. 

CAROL JEAN GOUGH 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Future Homemakers of America 1; 
Resegis; Basketball Intramural 1,2. 

EDWARD KRIDER GRAHAM 

Language Course: West Rowan High School, Salisbury, N. C, 1,2; Varsity 
Football 1,2; Varsity Basketball 2; Freshman Class vice president; Monogram 
Club 1,2; Junior Civitan Club 2; Track 1,2; Reynolds High Key Club 3,4; 
Varsity Football 3,4; Monogram Club 3, v. -pres. 4; Teenage Council 4; 
Junior-Senior, General Committee. 

PATRICIA JANE GRAHAM 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Office Page 1; French Club I 3; Serviteers 3; 
French Club II, 4; Resegis 4; College Club 4; Bowling Intramurals 3; 
Volleyball Intramurals 3. 

ROBERT WIKE GRAHAM 

Language Course: West Rowan High School, Salisbury N.C., 1,2; Jr. Var. 
Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Jr. Var. Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2; S.S.C. 
3,4; Teenage Council 4; Var. Football 3,4 Shrine Bowl Rep. 4 All-State 4; 
All-Conference 4; Hall Monitor 4. 

GEORGE COFFEY GREENE 

Math Course: Chess Club 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; v. -pres. 3; Instrumental 
Music Club 2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,4; Stamp Club 2; 
Science Club 4. 

ROSEMARY LANE GREENWOOD 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Serviteers; 
Sophoteers; College Club; Resegis; Pep Board 4; Gym Leaders 3,4; Intra- 
mural Sports 1,2,3,4; Intramural Council 4; Var. Basketball 3,4; Softball 3,4; 
Guidance Office Page 2. 



BARBARA KATE HARRIS 

Language Course: Y-teens 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College 
Club, National Honor Society 4; German Club 3,4, pres. 3; treas. 4; Library 
Staff 3,4, Co-reporter 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 4; Rainbow Girls 1,2,3,4; 
Debating Club; Homeroom Sec. -treas. 2. 

BETTY BERNICE HARRIS 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council Member 4, Home- 
room publicity chairman 3; Debating Club; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; German Club 3,4; Pep Board 4; Library Staff 
3,4; Co-reporter 4; Rainbow Girl 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. 

ELIZABETH MASTEN HARRIS 

Language Course: Chorus 1; Dramatics Club 1,3; Student Director 2; Bowling 
League Secretary 2; German Club 3,4; Scribblers Club 3,4; President 4; Hall 
Monitor 4. 

NOEL STERLING HARRIS 

General Course: Hanes High School 1,2; Library Staff 3,4; Nurses Room Page 
3,4; Serviteers; Resegies; Pep Board 4; Order of Rainbow for Girls 3,4, Girl 
Scouts 3,4. 

CYNTHIA KATHERINE HARRISON 

Math Course: Y-Teens 1,3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; French Club 2,3; 
Office Page 4; Pep Board 4; College Club; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4, 
Worthy Advisor 3, Recorder 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Marching and Concert Band 
1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. 

WILLIAM CALUIN HARRISON 

General Course: Football 2; Northwest High School 3; Hi-Y 3; Chorus 3. 

JANET DAPHINE HARROLD 

Commercial Course: Bible Club 1; Serviteers; Y-Teens 4; Resegis; Hall 
Monitor 2; Sophoteers; Intramural Sports 1,2. 

DAVID HERBERT HAUSER 

Math Course. 

LINDA LOUISE HAUSER 

History Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Office Page 3,4; College Club; 
Resegis; Serviteers; Sophoteers; Officials Club; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. 

PHILIP THOMAS HAUSER 

Math Course: German I Club 3; German II Club 4. 

NANCY LOUISE HAWKINS 

Math Course: Dancing Boots 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 2; Office 
Page 4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; Girls German Club 2,3; 
French Club 2,3. 



PEGGY JOYCE GREER 

Language Course: C. H. Monogram Club 3,4; Executive Committee 3,4; 
C. H. Choir 1,4; C. H. Cheerleader 3,4; German Club 1,11, 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
Rep. 2; C. H. Basketball 1,2; C. H. Volleyball 1,2. 

SUSAN KERR GREESON 

Language Course: Southwest Forsyth High School 1,2; Y-Teens 1; Girls' 
Chorus 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Caeducus 3,4; Serviteers 1; Resegis; 
College Club. 

EDMOND COLLINS GREGORY 

Math Course: Varsity track 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. Football 1,2; Football Escort 4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Gun Club 3,4; Cross Country 4; Physical Fitness Club 
3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2. 



ANN CAROL GRIFFIN 

Commercial Course: Northwest High School 1; 
Serviteers; Dramatics; Resegis; Office Page 2. 



Y-Teens 1; Sophoteers; 



ADELE JEANNETTE HAASE 

Language Course: Dramatics Club 2,3,4; sec. -treas. 3; Art Club 1,2; Red 
Cross Rep. 4; College Club 4; Instrumental Band 3; Orchestra 3; Marching 
band 3,4; French Club 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; Junior Town Meeting 4. 

BRUCE HEAD 

General Course: Swimming Team. 



JAMES EDWARD HAYES 

Scientific Course: Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Jr. Vars. Football 2; Wrestling 
4; Football Escort 4. 

ROBERT EUGENE HAYES 

Industrial Course: Photography Club; Physical Fitness 1; Physical Fitness 2; 
Gun Club. 



Language Course 

Serviteers; Supply Room Clerk 3,4 



JANET CELESTE HAYNES 

French Club 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 



treasurer 2, secretary 3; 



BEN JOSEPH HEMRICK 

Scientific Course: Gray High School; Band 1,2,3,4; treasurer; Red Cross; 
Board Representative; Baseball 1; Hall Monitor 1,2; Personal Relations; 
Chorus 1; Campers Club. 

BOYD TILLETTE HENDRIX 

Language Course; Art Club 1; Gun Club 1; French I Club. 

ROBERT MICHAEL HENRY 

Scientific Course: Senior Service Club 3,4; Monogram Club 4; German II 
Club 4; Football 2,3,4; Jr. Varsity 2, Varsity 3,4; Hall Monitor 4; German 
I Club 3; Basketball 1; Band 1; Intramural Basketball 4, captain. 



CATHERINE LEWIS HANNA 

Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; point recorder 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Serviteers- 
Varsity Speedball 2,3,4; V. Basketball 2,3,4; Var. Softball 2,3,4; Officials 
Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; German Club 3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; College Club; Gym Leader 3. 



SHIRLEY ANNE HERNDON 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Serviteers; J.V. 
Cheerleader 3; Pep Board 3,4, co-chairman 4; Jr.-Sr. Committee; Resegis; 
College Club; House of Representatives 4; Hall Monitor 4; Football Sponsor 
4; National Honor Society 4. 



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CHARLES COLUMBUS HICKS 

Math Course: Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2; Instrumental Music Club 1; Hi-Y 
2,3; Gun Club 3; German Club 3,4. 

ALAN LEE HILL 

Scientific Course: Gun Collectors Club 2; Art Club 3; Track 3; Photography 
Club 4; Chess Club 4. 

DENNIS ANN HILL 

Commercial Course; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 1; Y-Teens 1,2, Secretary 
1; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; Intramural Sports 1,2,3; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative; Hall Monitor 4. 

WANDA RUTH HILL 

Language Course: Marching Band 2,3; Concert Band 2,3; French Club 2; 
C.H. Choir 1,2,3,4; C.H. Volley Ball 2,3. 

MARY ELIZABETH HINKLE 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
president 4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; Pep Board 4; 
Alternate Majorette 4; Football Sponsor 4; National Honor Society 4. 

WILLIAM DAVID HOBBS JR. 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Teen-Age Council 2,3,4, vice-president 4; House of represen- 
tatives 2,3; House Court 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; Twerp King 1; 
German Club 3,4. 

DONNA KATHERYN HOLDER 

Secretarial Course: Glee Club 2; Serviteers; Office Page 3; Art Club 2; 
Y-Teens 1,2; Rainbow 1; Sophoteers. 

JANICE HOLTON 

Language Course: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Officials 2,3; Pep Board 2,4; College 
Club; Gym Leaders 2,3; Serviteers; French I Club 3; French II Club 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2; Order of Rainbow 1. 

THOMAS E. HOLTON JR. 

Scientific Course: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Jr. 
Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Football 1,4, Var. 4; Cross Country Track 2; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Physical Education Student Instructor. 

MICHAEL PENNA HOLZBAUR 

Scientific Course. 

RAYMOND JACKSON HOOTS JR. 

Mathematics Course. 

HAROLYN GWYNN HOUSTON 

Mathematics Course: Pep Board 1; Y-Teens 1,3; Dramatics 2; Serviteers; 
Resegis; Library Page 4; Office Page 4. 

CHARLES VERNON HOWELL JR. 

Industrial Course: Gun Club 2,3; Junior Varsity Football 2; Track Team 
2,3,4; Varsity Football 3; Cross Country Team Manager 4; Monogram 
Club 4. 

MADELINE JANETTE INGLE 

History Course: Drama Club 2,3; Chorus 3,4, Chorus master 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4; Nurse's Page 3; C.H. Softball 2,3,4, co-captain 3; C.H. Choir 1,2,3,4; 
C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4. 

ROBERT RAY ISAACS JR. 

Language Course: Golf 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1; Riverside Military Academy, 
Gainesville, Ga. 3; P.F.C. 3; Baseball 3; Basketball 3; 300 Merit Ribbon 3. 

SUSAN WALKE JAMES 

Language Course: Senior Executive Committee; Black and Gold Staff 3,4, 
Senior Editor 4; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4, Sports Editor 4; College Club; 
Resegis; Serviteers; Sophoteers; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3, vice-president 3; Pep 
Board 1,2; Library Staff 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Football Homecoming Sponsor 4. 

BRENDA DeLOIS JOHNSON 

Language Course: Office Page 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Resegis; Bowling 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Softball 1,2, Jr. Var. 1. 

DACA MARIA JOHNSON 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2; Serviteers; Sophoteers; Col- 
lege Club; Office Page 4; Pep Board 4; Glee Club 1,2; All American City 
Chorus 3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; German Club 3,4; Gym Leaders' 
Club 3. 

EDMUND WILKINS JOHNSON 

Language Course: House of Representatives 1; Order of DeMolay 3,4; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; All America City Chorus 2,3,4. 

RALPH STEPHEN JOHNSON 

Scientific Course. 



SARAH MORRIS JOHNSON 



Commercial 
Club 4. 



LYNDA ELLEN KETCHIE 

Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Hall Monitor 3,4; Advanced Sewing 

LYNN ELAINE KIMBALL 

Language Course: Var. Cheerleader 4; Teenage Council 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 
4; Senior Marshall; Majorette 2,3; Dancing Boots 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Committee, 
Co-Chairman; Football Homecoming Sponsor 4; House of Representatives 2; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Board 3,4; College Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

LARRY LESLIE KIMEL 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 
1,2,3,4; Rebops 3,4; French Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 4; Tennis 1,2,4. 

CHARLOTTE ANN KING 

History Course: Evans High School, Orlanda, Fla.; Mainland High School, 
Daytona Beach, Fla., 2; Albany, Georgia High School 3; Chorus 4; Glee Club 

DAN GAITHER KING 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y Secretary 4; Var. Track 2; Var. Tennis 
3,4; Hall Monitor 4; Latin Club 4; Hi-Y Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

STAR KINNEY 

Language Course: Chorus 1; Y-Teens 2,3; French I Club; French II Club; 
Scribblers Club 3; College Club; Hall Monitor 4. 

NANCY ELLEN KIRBY 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3, vice-pres. 1; Gym Leader 
1,2; Serviteers, pres.; Senior Class Secretary; Vox Seniorum; Jr.-Sr. Com- 
mittee; Student of the Year 4; House of Representatives 3; Pep Board 4, 
Executive Council; Guidance Office Page 4; French Club 2,3. 

JANICE CAROLE KITTINGER 

Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Gym Leaders 
Club 2; Softball 2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; Spanish Club 3; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3; Red Cross Rep. 3; Marching Band 3,4, Color Guard; Rain- 
bow 3,4. 

STERLING E. KNORR 

Language Course: Football 1,3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2; Chorus 1,2,3; In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Boys Glee Club 1,2,3. 

CHRISTOPHER KROUSTALIS 

Mathematics Course. 

STEPHEN JOSEPH KULANKO 

Commercial Course: Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2, Var. 3,4; 
Physical Fitness Club 1,2,3; Red Cross rep. 2; Monogram Club 3,4; Art 
Club 2. 



Language Course: National Honor Society 4; World Peace Speech Contest 2; 
Art Club 2; Recitation Contest 2; Wake Forest High School Speech Institute 
2; French Club 2,3; Serviteers; Library Staff 4; Pep Board 4; College Club. 

DAVID ANDERSON JONES 

Mathematics Course: Ushers Club 1,2; Spanish I Club 2. 

JOHNNY WAYNE JONES 

Mathematics Course: Baseball 1,2,3; Football 1; Basketball 1; Wrestling 4; 
History Club 1,2; Physical Fitness Club 3,4; Junior Red Cross 1; Chorus 1,4. 

KATHERINE ROSE JOYCE 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 
2,3,4; Red Cross, secretary 4; Caduceus 4; Instrumental Music Club 2,3; 
Resegis; College Club; French Club 3,4; Hall Monitors 4; Rainbow Girls 
1,2,3,4, musician, choir director 3. 

WILLIAM CAGER JUSTICE JR. 

Language Course. 

STEPHEN WAYNE KATES 

Scientific Course: Band 1,2,3,4; German Club 3; Instrumental Music 1,2,4; 
Science Club 3; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3. 

JANE ELIZABETH KEIGER 

Language Course: Summit School 1; Art Club 2, vice president; Y-Teens 
2,3,4, president 3; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club, president; German Club 
3,4, vice president; Intramural Sports 3,4; Hall Monitor 2. 

GLENN RAY KELLY 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Instrumental 
Music Club, chaplain 2; Advanced Chorus 3,4, co-manager 4; Dramatics 
Club 3,4; Hall Monitor 4. 



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EVERETTE STEPHEN LACKEY 

Scientific Course: Track 1; Marching Band I; Science Fair; House of Rep- 
resentatives 1,2; Student Councii 3,4; World Peach Speech Contest 2; Hi-Y 
2,3,4; Hi-Y v-pres. 4; Hi-Y Basketball 2,3,4; Senior Service Club 2.3,4. 

WILLIAM ARNOLD LAMBETH III 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Swimming 4; S.S.C. 3,4; 
German Club sec. 3; German II Club v-pres. 4; Monogram Club 4; Debating 
Club 2; Debating Squad 2; Physical Fitness Club 1. 

LAWRENCE CRADLE LAMM 

General Course: French II Club; Art Club; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,3; 
Class Treasurer 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3, Treas. 3; Band 1. 

OSCAR KENT LA ROQUE, III 

Mathematics Course: Basketball 1,3, Jr. Var. 3; German Club 2,3; S.S.C. 3,4; 
DeMolay 3,4; House of Representatives 4; House Court 4. 

MARY SUSAN LATTA 

Language Course: Hanes High School 1,2; Y-Teens 1; NFL 2; Var. Speedball 
2,3,4; Var. Basketball 2,3,4; Var. Softball 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 4; 
Officials' Club 3, President 4; German Club 3,4; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis. 

MARY ANN LAUGHTER 

Language Course: French 2,3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club; Mixed 
Chorus 2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Guidance Office Page 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3; Football Homecoming Sponsor 4; Basketball Homecoming 
Sponsor 4. 

VICKY LEE LAWRENCE 

Commercial Course: Gym Leader 1; Hall Monitor 1; Volleyball 1; Basketball 
1; Resegis. 



General Course: Hanes 
Kinston, N. C. 3; Track 3 



HORACE KLEBER LEE 

High School 2; Track 



CHARLES ODELL MATTHEWS, II 

Language Course: Key Club 2,3,4, rec. sec. 3, vice-pres. 4; House of Rep- 
resentatives 3,4, treas. 3, speaker 4; Sophomore Class President; Junior 
Class President; Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; American Field Service Rep. to Germany, Summer of 3; 
National Forensic League 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, pres. 3; 
Tennis 3; Superlative: Most Likely to Succeed. 



Language Course: 
Club 4. 



JAMES RICHARD MEDITZ 

Var. Football 2; German Club 2,3; Tennis 3,4; History 



SHAROL MARIE MEHLEN 



Language Course: College Club; Chorus 2,3,4; Chemistry Club 3; 
Club 3; Serviteers; Dramatics Club 1,2; Intramural Sports 1,2. 



Spanish 



2; Grainger High School, 



WILLIAM STEPHEN M1DDLETON 

Scientific Course: German I Club 2 German II Club 3; Track 2,3,4; Cross 
Country 3,4; Monogram Club 4; Jr. Var. Football 2,3. 

LINDA SUE MILES 

Commercial Course: College Club; Y-Teens; Resegis; Office Page. 

RITA BRICE MILLER 

Language Course: Chorus 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; French Club 2,3; Order of the Rainbow for Girls 3,4; Re- 
segis; College Club; Hall Monitor 4. 

WILLIAM JEFFERY MILLER 

Scientific Course: Book Room Page 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Science Club 
1,2,3, pres. 2; Radio Club 4; French Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; 
Ail-American City Chorus 3,4; Band Announcer 4; Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; 
Reynolds High School Science Fair Winner; North Piedmont District Science 
Fair Winner. 



SARA ELIZABETH LINDAU 

Language Course: Dramatics Club 2,3; French Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Scrib- 
blers' Club 4. 

MARY MARTHA LIVENGOOD 

General Course. 

JAMES ALBERT LOWDER 

General Course: Scrub Football 1; Jr. Var. Football 2; Riverside Military 
Academy 3; Var. Football 3; Track 3; Baseball 4; Physical Fitness Club 2. 

LESLIE JANE MADDOCKS 

Language Course: Art Club 1; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; French 3,4; Y-Teens 3; 
College Club; Intramural Bowling 1,2,3; Intramural Basketball 3; Intra- 
mural Speedball 3; Certificate of Merit, Scholastic Art Contest 1. 

JOHN BUCKNER MALCOLM 

Language Course: Order of DeMolay 1,2,3, Master Councilor 4; Orchestra 
1,2,3,4; Rebops 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Track 3,4; Jr. Var. Football 
2; Golf 2; Instrumental Music Club 1,2,3,4. 

MARILYN AKERS MARCUSON 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; G.A.A. Pub. Chairman 2,4; Sopho- 
teers; Pep Board 2; Officials' Club 2; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; 
Hall Monitor 4. 



MARY HARRIETTE MILLS 

Commercial Course: Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 
1,2; Sewing Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; Art Club 2; Serviteers; Resegis. 

JANE ELIZABETH MINTON 

Language Course: House of Representatives 1; C.H. Cheerleader Chief 2; 
Sophoteers 2; Hall Monitor 2,4; Nurse's Page 3; Serviteers; C.H. Monogram 
Club 2; Y-Teens 3; French Club 3,4; College Club. 

MARY AUDREY MITCHELL 

Language Course: National Honor Society 4; Debating Club 3,4, Jr. Var. 
Debating 4; Service Clubs 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3,4; Gym Leaders 
Club 1,2,3,4, pres. 4; Caduceus Club 3,4, vice-pres. 3. pres. 4, state sec. 4; 
Guidance Page 2,4; College Club 4; German Club 3,4; sec. 3,4; Pep Board 
1,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. 

NICHOLAS WORTH MITCHELL, JR. 

Language Course: Key Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; French 
1, Club pres. 3; French II Club pres. 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Football Man- 
ager 2,3, Head 4; Junior- Senior Committee. 

JOHN ALLAN MOCK 

Language Course: Football; Science Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Swimming 
4; Chess 4. 



EDDIE LEE MARION 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Track 2; House of Representatives 1,4; 
DeMolay 3,4; Key Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Office Page 3; Science 
Club 2,3; Science Fair Winner 1; Hi-Y Basketball 2,3; Football; Guidance 
Office Page 3. 

PATRICIA GAYLE MARKUNAS 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; Spanish Club 2, pres. 2; French Club 3,4, pres. 3,4; 
Pep Board 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Officials' Club 2,3; Gym Leaders Club 2,3. 

THOMAS L. MARTIN 

Language Course: Hanes High School 1,2,3; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4, v-pres. 3; Pianist 
4; Quiz Team 1,2,3; Basketball 2; Footbali 1,3; Homecoming Escort 3; 
Marching Band 1,2; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4. 



NANCY JEAN MOHR 

Language Course: Dramatics 1; Glee Club 1,2; A.C.C. Chorus 3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Jr.-Sr. 
Committee; Contest 3,4; Library Page 4; College Club. 

ETHEL LENORA MOSER 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 2; Serviteers; Hall Mon- 
itor 3; Library Staff 4; College Club; Resegis. 

SANDRA KAY MOTSINGER 

Academic Course: North West High School: NW Basketball 1,2,3; NW 
Basketball 4; NW Anchor Club 3; NW National Business Honor Society 3; 
NW Monogram Club 3; NW Art Club 2; NW Softball 1,2,3; NW Volleyball 
1,2,3; NW Speedball 1,2,3; CH Cheerleader 4; CH Monogram Club 4; CH 
Choir 4. 



WILLIAM FOY MARTIN 

Language Course: Monogram Club 3,4; Baseball Team, Freshman 1, Jr. 
Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Basketball Team 1; Physical Fitness Club 1,2,3; Chaplain 
2,3; German Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Hall Monitor 4. 

RITA T. MATHES 

History Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; Publicity Chairman 3,4; Red Cross 2,3; Office 
Page 4; Supply Room Clerk 3,4; College Club; Resegis; Intramural Sports 
1,2,3,4. 



JOHN WILSON MUNFORD 

Science Course: Myers Park High School 1,2; Concert Band 2,3; Rebops 3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3; Baseball 1; Swimming 2,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; 
Hall Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Instrumental Music Club 3; Football 
Manager 4; B.A.A. Basketball 4. 



General Course: 
Club II 3. 



HAZEL EVELYN MURRAY 

Baseball Intramurals 1; Volleyball Intramurals 2; 



Spanish 



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GORDON STAPLES MYERS 

Language Course: Jr. Var. Football 2; History Club 3; Hi-Y 2. 

DONALD JAMES McCLENNY 

Industrial Course. 

GABRIELLE MARIA McCLUNG 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 3,4; Football Sponsor 3; Y-Teens 12 3 4- 
Resegis; College Club; Serviteers; Hall Monitor 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Intramurals 
1,2,3; Gym Leaders' Club 3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Office Page 2,3. 

LARRY RICHARD McELFRESH 

Scientific Course: Bishop McGuiness High School 1; Jr. Var. Basketball 1- 
Chorus 1; Jr. Var. Football 2; Marching Band 3,4; Concert Band 3; Math 
Club 3, v.-pres. 3; Student Physical Education Instructor 3; German Club 3,4. 

CAROLYN JO ANN McKNIGHT 

Commercial Course: C.H. Volleyball 1; C.H. Choir; Northwest High School 
Chorus; Northwest High School Red Cross 1. 

david lee Mcknight 

General Course: C.H. Baseball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Basketball 3,4; Ushers Club 
1,2,3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 1,2; Art Club 3,4. 

LIDDELL McLEOD 

Language Course: National Honor Society 3,4; College Club; French Club 
2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Intramural Sports 1,2; Serviteers; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 2,4. 

SARA GORDON NASH 

Language Course: Cheerleading 3,4, chief 4; Dancing Boots 2- Senior 
Marshall; asst. chief 3; Student Council 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, council 2,3 4- 
Teenage Council 2,3,4; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Pep Board 
2,3,4; Football Sponsor 4; Hall Monitor 1,2,3,4; College Club; Superlatives- 
Best All Around, Most Popular. 

CHARLES HYLTON NEAL 

Language Course: S.S.C. 2,3,4, treas. 3; Monogram Club 3,4, sec. 4- Teen- 
age Council 3,4; House of Representatives 2; Wrestling 4; Football Jr Var 
2; Var. 3,4; co-cap. 4; German Club 3,4. 

JEAN ELOISE NEWELL 

Language Course: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Instrumental 
Music Club 1,2,3,4; Order of the Rainbow 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. Debating 4- 
Winston-Salem Dolphin Club 2,3,4; College Club; Gym Leader 3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4. 

ELIZABETH MOIR NORMAN 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, pres. 2; Gym Leaders' Club 1,2,3- Offi- 
cials Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Office Page 1,2,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers- 
Spanish Club 3; Dancing Boots 3,4; Red Cross 4; Resegis, pres.; College 
Club. 

CAROL ANN OEHMANN 

Language Course: Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Dramatics Club T 
Serviters; Library Staff 3,4; Resegis; College Club; French Club 3,4. 

PETER ALLEN ORR 

Language Course: S.S.C. 2,3,4, v.-pres. 4; Monogram Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Jr.-Sr. 
Committee; House of Representatives 3; Red Cross 1,2; Var. Football 3,4; Jr. 
Var. Football 2; Basketball 1; War. Swimming Team 4; Gun Club 2; Home- 
coming Escort 4. 

PATRICIA LOVE ORRELL 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Board 2,3; House of Representatives 
1; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4, pres. 3, Grand Rep. to Colorado 4; Sophoteers; 



Mathematics Course: 
Club 2; Math Club 3. 



CARL AUGUST ORTON 

Football 1,2,3, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3; Physical Fitness 

SANDRA DIANE PACE 

Commercial Course: C.H. Cheerleader 4; C.H. Var. Basketball 3; C.H. Springs 
Sports 2,3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 3,4; C.H. Choir 1,2,3,4, sec. and treas. 
3,4; C.H. Band 1; Instrumental Music Club 2,3; French Club 2. 

EDWARD EUGENE PAGETT 

Language Course: Football Manager 3,4; Basketball 1,3, freshmen 1, Jr. 
Var. 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, freshmen 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Pep Board 1,2,3; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Key Club 3,4; German Club 3,4; Physical Fitness Club 
1,2; Student Gym Instructor 3,4; Hall Monitor 4; Hi-Y 4; Hi-Y Basketball 4. 

ENGVALL PAHR-IVERSEN 

Economics Course: Band; Orchestra; Hi-Y 4; Student Council 4; Key Club 4. 

HOWARD LEE PARDUE JR. 

Language Course: Football 1; Football 2; Basketball 1; Football 3; Gun 
Club 1; Physical Fitness Club 1,3; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Junior and Senior Com- 
mittee; Pep Board 4; Swimming Team. 



ROBERT SHEPERD PAYNE 

Language Course. 

LINDA FAYE PEELE 

Commercial Course: C.H. Var. Basketball 1,2,3,4; C.H Chapel Che 
1,2,3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4; C.H. Var. Softball 1,2,3- CH Vo 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; C.H. Var. Volleyball 1,2,3. 

CHARLES EDWARD PETERS III 

Commercial Course. 

LINDA CAROLYN PETTUS 

Language Course: Harding High School, Charlotte, N. C, 1,2- Mixe 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Y-Teens' 1 2 3 
Serviteers; College Club; Red Cross Representative 1,2. 

WILLIAM HORTON PETREE JR. 

Language Course. 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3; Rebops 3,4; Orchestra 
Photography Club 3, v-pres.; Publications Photographer 4; Track 4. 

JAMES WINANS PFEFFERKORN 

Language Course: S.S.C. 2,3,4; Football 1; Band 2,3; Instrumental Mus 
Club 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y Basketball 1,2,3,4; Pep Boai 
1,3; Senior Executive Committee 4; Basketball 1; German Club 2 3- Rt 
Cross Representative 2. 

ROBERT EUGENE PHILLIPS 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Debating Club 2,3,4; Jr. Var Debatin 
2,3; Jr. Var. Football 1; DeMolay 3,4; History Club 4; Science Club 
N.F.L. 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 4; Geman Club 
Basketball 1. 

GRADY SAMUEL PHILLIPS 

Scientific Course: Dramatics Club 3,4; Library Staff 4. 

JO ANN PICKETT 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; Colleg 
Club sec; German Club 2,3; Pep Board 3; Color Guard 2,3,4- Intramurc 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 4. 

JIMMY RANDOLPH PINKHAM 

Scientific Course: Douglas Freeman H.S. 3; Junior Classical League 
Newspaper Staff 3; Vox Senorum; Advanced Biology; Physical Fitness Out 

EDWIN LEE PLOWMAN 

Industrila Arts Course: C.H. Var. Football 2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 1 2 J 
Var. 1, Var. 2; C.H. Track 2,3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4, V-Pres < 
C.H. Ushers Club 1,2,3,4; Math Club 3. 

RUTH ESTHER PLYLER 

History Course: C.H. Cheerleader 3,4, chief 4; C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4 
sec. 4; C.H. Var. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Instrumental Music Club 2,3; Bam 
2; C.H. Choir 1,2,3,4, pres. 4; C.H. Spring Sports 2,3; C.H. Tennis 2,3,4 

PEGGIE ELIZABETH POINDEXTER 

Language Course: Red Cross Representative 1; Sophoteers; Serviteers 
College Club; Intramural Sports 1,2,3; French Club 3,4, pres. 3; Y-Teen 
1,2; Art Club 2; Mixed Chorus 2,3, manager 4; Glee Club 3,4. 

JEAN CAROL POLEY 

Language Course: Pep Board 1,2,3; Servitieers; Sophoteers; Y-Teens 2,3 
Bible Club 1,2,3; Jr. Red Cross 1; Girls Sports 1,2; Hall Monitor 4; Collegi 
Club; Chorus 1,2. 

JOEL LANCE POOLE 

General Course: Drewry Mason High, Martinsville, Va. 1,2; Var. Basebal 
1,2; J. Var. Football 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; 4-H Club 1; Hall monitor 2 

MARY LOUISE POPE 

Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, I.C.C. 1; Officials' Club 1; G.A.A 
2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2,3 
Grand Cross 4; Spanish Club 3; College Club; Resegis; Hall Monitor 4 
Senior Gym Leader; Math Club 3; Color Guard 3,4. 

KATHY SUZANNE PORTH 

Language Course: Irvin High School, El Paso, Texas 2; Chorus 2; Georg< 
Seitz High School, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands 3, sec. -treas. Jr. Class 
Art Editor, Yearbook 3; Feature Editor School Newspaper 3; Student Counci 
Representative 3; Senior Marshall 3; Dramatics Club 3; College Club 
Resegis; Jr. Classical League 3. 

CHARLOTTE ANNE POWERS 

Language Course: National Honor Society; Masque and Gavel; Dramatic 
Club 2,3,4; Debating Club 3; Jr. Var. Debating 3; French Club I, II; Gyn 
Leaders' Club 2; Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; College Club; House ot 
Representative 3; Senior Executive Committee. 



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CYNTHIA JANE PRATT 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; House of Representatives 2; Office 
page 4; Jr. Red Cross 4, v-pres.; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4- 
Serviteers; Sophoteers; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Pep Board 4' Resegis- 
College Club. 

SANDRA LANE PERSEREN 

Language Course: Summit School 1; Art Club 2; French II Club; Ser- 
viteers; Y-Teens 3,4; Resegis; College Club; G.A.A. 3,4; Intramural 'Sports 
2,3,4. 

CAROLYN MARIE PRICE 

Language Course: Elizabeth City High School, Elizabeth City, N. C 1 • 
Pep Club 1; Loudspeaker Newspaper Staff I; Y-Teens 2,3 4- Service 
Clubs 3,4; College Club; Red Cross 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Intramural Sports 2 3 4- 
Gym Leaders Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Rainbow 2,3,4. 

BETTE JO PULLIAM 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Dramatics Club 2; Hall Moniter 3- Ser- 
viteers; French Club 3,4; Resegis; College Club; Advanced Sewing Club 
4; Chess Club 4, sec. 

DORIS DAWN PULLIAM 

Science Course: Red Cross Representative 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 
1,2; Glee Club 2,4; Serviteers; Resegis; Caduceus 4; College Club- In- 
tramural Sports 1 . 

PHILIP CLIFFORD RAKE 

Scientific Course: Latin Club; Almanac Magazine; Campaign Manager of 
Student Election; Decorating Committee. 

DON CROSSLEY RAKER 

Mathematics Course: Mathematics Club 3; German I Club 3- German 
I Club 4. 

THOMAS LARRY REAVIS 

Commercial Course: House of Representatives. 

NANCY ELLEN REECE 

Language Course: German Club 3,4; Serviteers; Y-Teens 3; Intramurals 234 
College Club. ' ' 

GEORGE HAMILTON REID 

Language Course: Monogram Club 4; Vars. Baseball Manager 3- Golf 
team 1,2,4; History Club 4; Hi-Y Basketball team 2,3; Foreign Missionary 
Society 1,2,3,4. 

VIRGINIA BALFOUR REID 

Language Course: Resegis; College Club; French Club 2,3, vice-president 
3; Serviteers; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Red Cross 2. 

SUSAN REBECCA REIFFIN 

Language Course: Mary L. Michel Jr. H.S. 1, Biloxi High School, Mississippi 
2; Seventeen Club 1,2; FHA, Reporter 1,2; Sophomore Chorus 2- Red 
Cross Representative 3,4; Resegis; College Club; Serviteers. 

GEORGANN LEE RICHARDSON 

Language Course: Majorettes 3,4; Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 
c ; T" T , e o n l ''£' 3 ' 4 -' GAA - '.2,3,4; College Club; Resegis; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Gym Leaders 1,2; Serviteers; Sophoteers. 

SANDRA RUTH RITCHIE 

General Course: 

JAMES HENRY ROBINSON 

Language Course: Dramatics 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Chess Club, Chairman 4- 
Wrestling team 4. 

DONNA LOUISE ROGERS 

Language Course: Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, v-pres. 4; Junior Red Cross 
1,2,3, Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4,; Gym Leader 2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Resegis, Secretary College Club, French Club 2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. 

BRUCE ALEXANDER ROSE 

Language Course: Track 2,3,4; Cross country 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 4. 

GLENDA JO RUFF 

Language Course: National Honor Society 3,4; House of Representatives 2- 
=ep Board 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; Y-teens 2 3 : 
oerman Club 3,4; Intramural sports 1,2,3,4. 

AMERISA SUE RUSSOS 

Commercial Course: Intramurals 2,3,4; Red Cross 2- GAA 2 3 4- Ser- 
viteers 3; Pep Board 4; Resegis; College Club. ' ' ' ' 

JOHN MICHAEL SAMARAS 

Scientific Course: Photography Club 1; Cafeteria Work 2 3- Art Club 3- 
3oys Intramural Basketball 4. ' 



ELIZABETH MARSHALL SAMS 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; Majorette 4, Alt. 3- Art Club 
2,3; Spanish Club, pres. 3; Pep Board 2; Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; House of 
Representatives 4; House Court 4; Football Sponsor 4; Student Council 4- 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Service Clubs, Pres. 2,3. 

LILLA MARLAND SAMPLE 

Language Course: Majorette, 2,3,4; Choreographer and Assist. Chief, 4- 
College Club, 4. Serviteers, 3; Sophoteers, 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Dramatics 
Club 2; Art Club 1,2, secretary 1; Intramural Sports 1,2,3. 

DARIEL LEE SAUNDERS 

Language Course: Superlative — Best Looking; Homecoming Sponsor 3 4- 
Y-Teens 1,2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Library Page- 
Library Club, Treasurer 4; Dancing Boots 4; Serviteers 3; French Club 3,4- 
Hall Monitor 4; College Club 4; Resegis; Pep Board Representative 4. 

VIRGINIA ANN SCALES 

Language Course: Red Cross 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Sophoteers; Serviteers- 
Resegis; College Club; Pep Board 2,3; Jr. Var. Cheerleader 3; Black 
and Gold faculty editor; Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 1; Pine Whispers 
Reporter. 

ALICE VIRGINIA SCHAUM 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 4; Pep Board 4; Resegis; College Club 
4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3, Treasurer 2; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Officials Club 2,3; Serviteers; Sophoteers; Chorus 1. 

SUZANNE MARIE SCHMIDT 

Scientific Course: Glee Club 2,3; Mixed Chorus 4; National Honor Society 
4; College Club; Dramatics Club 4; Intramural Sports 3,4; Scribbler's Club 
3; Hall Monitor 4; Marching Band 1; Library Staff 1,2. 

ROBERT MICHAEL SCHNEIDER 

Mathematics Course: Gym Club 1; Math Club 3. 

PRISCILLA MARY SCHOCK 

General Course: Serviteers; Dramatics Club 3; College Club; rceseais- 
Scribbler's Club 4; Latin Club 4. 

JANE GARNER SHERRILL 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4 Orchestra 2,3,4 National 
Honor Society 4; German Club 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3; College Club- De- 
bating Club 1; Dramatics Club 2,3; Instramental Music Club 1; Concert 
Band 1,2,3,4; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1,2. 

PEGGY ANN SHIELDS 

Commercial Course: Office Page 1; Dramatics Club 1,2; Resegis 4- Red 
Cross Club 4; Hall Monitor 4. 

MARGARET LYNNE SHORE 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Serviteers; College Club; Bowling 4- 
Intramural Basketball 2; Intramural Volleyball 2; Spanish II Club 4. 

LARRY JAMES SHUTT 

Industrial Arts Course: Football 2; Physical Fitness Club 1,2; Drafting 
Club 4; Industrial Center 3,4. 

PHYLLIS JEAN SLAWTER 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4- 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; House Representatives 1; Pep Board 2; Senior Marshal 3; 
Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; College Club; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Gym Leaders 1,2. 

BILLY LEE SMITH 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,3; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Board 
1; Baseball 3,4, Var. Manager; Jr. Var. Baseball; Jr. Var. Basketball- 
Spanish Club 3. 

CAROL ANN SMITH 

Commercial Course: Band 1,2; Chorus 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3. 

DON LANE SMITH 

Mathematics Course: Red Cross Representative; Football 1,2,3,4- Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Monogram Club; S.S.C. 

KATHERINE LaVASSEUR SMITH 

Language Course: Var. Basketball 2,3,4; Var. Softball 2,3,4; Gym Leaders 

Club 1,2,3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; College 

Club; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Council 3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Spanish 
Club 4. 

LARRY EUGENE SMITH 

General Course: Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Gym Leader 3; Physical 
Fitness Club 3. 



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SHIRLEY ANN SMITH 

Math Course: Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Football Sponsor 3; _ Gym _Leader 



2- Oficials Club 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2; Serving Club 4 
Var. Softball 3; Var. Speedball 2,3; Var. Basketball 3; Var 



Bible Club 
Tennis 2. 



ALMA FAYE SMOOT 

Commerical Course: C.H. cheerleader, 4; Red Cross Rep. 4; C.H. Monogram 
Club, 3,4; C.H. Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Mixed Chorus 3,4; C.H. choir, 
1,2,3,4; Nurse's Page 3. 



GILBERT EDWIN SOUTHERN JR. 

Language Course: Masque and Gavel 3,4; Debating Club 3,4; 
Debater 4; German I Club 3; German II Club 4; Hall Monitor 4; 
Forensic League 3,4. 



Jr. Var. 

National 



STEPHEN ANDRE SPARKS 

Language Course: Key Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Student Council 
2 3- Football 1,2,4 Var. 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4 Var. 2,3,4; Teenage Council 
3,4; Boy's Intramural Director, 4; Hi-Y, 3, v-pres. 2; Senior Executive 
Committee 4; Junior-Senior Committee. 



JOHN EDWARD SPAULDING 

Language Course: Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 



Band 1,2,3; Track 
Music Club 1,2. 



1; Bible Club 1; Photography 



1,2,3,4; Marching 
Club 1; Instrumental 



CLAUDIA ANNE SPEAS 

Majorette 1 ,2,3,4, Chief A; Dancing_ Boot 



Language Course: Majorette 1,2,3,4, Chief 4; Dancing Boot 1,2,3,4, Chief 
4; Band Council 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Delegate to 
State Convention 3; Forsyth County Youth Commission 3,4; Sec. 4; 
Student Council; House of Representatives 3; French Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 
3- Pep Board 1,2, Council; Senior Marshall 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 2; 
Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; Red Cross Rep. 4. 



MARY KEITH SPENCER 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; G.A.A; College 



1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Football Sponsor 2; 



Club; Intramurals 
Dramatics Club 2. 



CAROL SUE SPILLMAN 

General Course: Northwest High School 1,2; Northwest Special Twirler; 
F.H.A; Library Page; Southwest Majorette, F.H.A. 3; Hall Monitor; Y-Teens 1. 



CHARLES MONROE SPRINKLE JR. 

Science Course: History Club 1; Basketball 1; Gun Club 2; 
2; Physical Fitness Club 3; Baseball 4. 



Red Cross Rep. 



MERRY SUSAN SWANSON 

Language Course: House of Representatives 4; Teenage Council 4; Senior 
Marshall; Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4, Co-Coreographer 4; Majorettes 3,4, Co- 
Assistand Chief 4; Basketball Sponsor 2; Football Sponsor 4; Jr.-Sr. 
Committee; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4, treas. 2; Gym leader 1,3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, treas 2. 



Language Course: 



MARK AVETT SWARINGEN 

Basketball 1; Demolay 1,2,3,4; 

RANDOLPH STEWART TESTO 

Mathematics Course: 



Tennis 3,4; Hi-Y 4. 



ANN CHARLES THACKER 

Language Course: National Honor Society 4; Orchestra 1,2; French Club 
2,3, sec. 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, treas. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; College Club; Resegis; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Chorus 2,4; Band 2; Intramural Sports 2,3,4. 

BETTY PAT THOMAS 

Language Course: G.A.A. 3,4; College Club; Serviteers; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Art 



Club 2; Chorus 2,3,4; French I Club 3 
4; Dramatics Club 2. 



French II Club 4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 



DIXIE GAY THOMAS 

Language Course: Senior Marshall 3; J.V. Cheerleader 3, Var. 4; House of 
Representatives 3,4; Pep Board 2,3,4; Teenage Council 4; Co-Editor of 
Black and Gold 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4, vice-pres. 4; Service Clubs 2,3,4; 
Office page 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Football Sponsor 2,4; Treasurer of Sophmore 
Class. 

SUSAN REBECCA THOMAS 

Language Course: Scribbler's Club 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Var. Speedball 
3- Var Softball 2,4; Official's Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 1; Hall Monitors 3; 
G'.A.A. 2,3,4; French Club 3,4. 

ELMER HARVEY THOMERSON 

General Course: Red Cross Rep. 1,2; Football 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Latin 
Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Hi-Y 1,2. 

HUGO MICHAEL THOMERSON 

Science Course: Spanish Club I; Art Club. 



PENELOPE THOMPSON 

Service Clubs 3,4; College_ Club; Thespians 



Language Course: Service Clubs 3,4; College Club; inespians 1,2, sec- 
treas. 2 ;Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 4; Hall Monitor 
4; Red Cross Rep. 2,3,4; German Club 3,4; Gym Leaders 4; Y-Teens 3,4; 
Pep Board 4; Var. Sports 2,3,4. 



BARBARA ANNE STALEY 

Language Course: Chorus 1; Sophoteers: Serviteers; Resegis; 
German Club 2,3; G.A.A. 3,4; Caduceus Club 3,4; National 
3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. 



College Club; 
Honor Society 



GERALD DIGGS STALLINGS 

Secretarial Course: Pep Board 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Red Cross 4; College 
Club 4; Serviteers 3; Art Club 2; Y-Teens 2,3; Rainbow 1. 

BEVERLY VIRGINIA STANLEY 

Language Course: National Honor Society 4; Senior Executive Committee 
4- College Club; Majorette 4; Dancing Boots 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; In- 
tramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Gym Leaders Club 2,3; 
French Club 2,3; Service Clubs 2,3,4; Football Sponsor 3. 



SONYA KING THOMPSON 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Dramatics^ 1; Servitters; 



Spanish Club 3; German Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; 



Pep Board 
College Club, tres. 



MOLLY RUTH THORNTON 

Y-Teens 1 ,2,3; Dramatics 1 ; Serviteers 



Language Course. • . .. - .,-,-, 

G.A.A. 2,3,4; Serviteers; Senior Executive Comm. 
Var. 4; Senior Marshal; Treas. of Senior Class; 
Superlative — Friendliest. 



Pep Board 
Cheerleader, J.Vj. 
College Club; 



3; 

3; 

Resegis; 



MICHAEL FRANCIS THRIFT 

House of Representatives 2; Hall 



Mathematics Course: House of Representatives 2; Hall Monitor 2; Jr. Var. 
Baseball, Var. 3,4; Senior Executive Committee; Jr.-Sr. Committee; Key 
Club 3,4; Mgr. Var. Football 4; German Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
Basketball 1; Gun Club 3. 



Math Course 
Industrial Ed. Center. 



WILLIAM RICHARD STEWART 

Physical Fitness 1; German Club 2,3; Var. Football 3; 



CAROL SUE TOBIN 

Language Course: Thespians 2,3,4; Scribblers 3,4; Officials 2; Intramural 
Sports 1,2; French 2,3. 



MARTHA FAYE STONE 

C H Cheerleader 3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 3,4; C.H. Var. Basketball 
1234- C.H. Spring Sports 1,2,3,4; C.H. Chapel Choir 1,2,3,4; C.H. 
Vol'leyball Team 1,2,3,4; C.H. Softball Team 2; Marching Band 2; Executive 
Committee; Office Page 4; Instrumental Music Club 3; Advanced Sewing 
Club 3,4. 

MAX HOLT STRADER JR. 

Language Course: French I Club; French II Club. 



GEORGIA HOLT TOMLINSON 

General Course: Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Art Club 
2,3,4; College Club; Hall Monitor 4; Serviteers Club; 
Class' 4; Bowling 3. 



2, pres.; 
Advanced 



G.A.A. 

Biology 



ROSA PELHAM TRENT 

Language Course: Marching band 1,2,3, sec. 4; Concert band 1,2,3 sec 4; 
Orchestra 3,4; Instrumental Music Club 1,2, chaplain 3, pres. 4; Gym 
leaders 1; German Club 2,3; Intramural Sports 2,4; Hall Monitor 4; College 
Club; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4. 



CHRISTINA AGNES STRICKLAND 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Rep. to Conference 1; Pep Board 
13 4- Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; Alt. Majorette 4; Library Staff 3; G.A A. 
V,2,2.'A; Red Cross 2; Resegis; College Club; Serviteers; Sophoteers; In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4. 

MARY CREELMAN STUART 

Language Course: French Club I, II; Y-Teens 1; Scribblers Club 3; In- 
tramural Sports 1,2,3; Chorus 1,3,4. 



JOHN THOMAS TRIVETTE 

Industrial Course: Pep Board 2. 

CAROLYN ELAINE TUCKER 

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3,4j Journalism^ Student^of^ the 



Yea? U °r Va° Ur B e asketbaT|-, le^nTs', Speedball'. ^"Gym. Leaders Club 3; 
Intramural Council 4; Dancing Boots 2; Service Clubs 2,3; Quill land Scroll 
3 4- German Club 3,4, treas. 3; Black and Gold Staff, Co-Editor 4, Pine 
Whispers Staff 4; Y-Teens 2,3. 



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Senior Statistics 



JOHN WILLIAM TUCKER 

Scientific Course: Var. Football 2,3,4; Jr. Vor. Baseball 1; Key Club 3,4, 
Corres. sec. 4; German Club 3,4 treas. 4; Monogram Club 3,4 treas. 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Committee; Intramural Basketball 4. 

PATRICIA ANN TUCKER 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; Bible 
Club 2; Bowling team 1. 

EDWARD LAWRENCE TURNER 

Scientific Course: Track Mgr. 3,4; Intramurals 4; Science Fair Winner 1; 
Red Cross 1 . 

JANET HARRELL TURNER 

Commercial Course: Robert B. Glenn High School 1,2,3; Var. Basketball 1,2; 
Bible Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Monogram Club 2,3; Junior Marshall 3,4; 
Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3; Nurses Page 4; Office Page 4. 



CHARLES WADE WESTMORELAND 

Language Course: Teenage Council 1,2,3,4, treasurer 2; Monogram Club 2, 
3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 1,2,3; Football Manager 2,3,4; 
Baseball manager 3; House of Representatives 1; German Club 3,4; Physical 
Fitness Club 1,2; Hi-Y 4; Hi-Y Baseball 4; B.B.A. 4. 

STEPHEN LEE WHICKER 

Mathmatics Course: Science Club 1; Boys' Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 1; 
Physical Fitness Club 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Math Club 3; German Club 3,4. 



EVA MARIE WHITAKER 

Commercial Course: Red Cross Representative 
C.H. Basketball 3; C.H. Monogram Club 3,4; 
Room Page 3; C.H. M.Y.F., vice-president 4. 



1,2; 
Hall 



C.H. Choir 2,3,4; 
Monitor 3; Nurse's 



CARY HELEN WHITE 

Language Course: Serviteers; Chorus 1,2,3; College Club. 



REUBEN GRAY TUTTLE III 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3.4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Re-bops 2,3,4; 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Treas. of Band 4; Baseball 1. 



GEORGE NEWTON WHITE, JR. 

Mathmatics Course: Basketball 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Math 
Club 3,4; Golf Team 3,4; Y.F.C. 3. 



Club 3; German 



Language Course: 
Club 2,3. 



HORACE HENRY VANCE III 

S.S.C. 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; treas. 3; pres. 



4; Band 1 ; German 



Language Course: 
Bible Club. 



STEPHEN WILLIS WHITE 

Latin Club; Literature Club; German Club; Art Club; 



JAMES PETER VAN DORSTEN 

Language Course: Pres. of Sr. Class; National Honor Society 3,4, Theas. 4; 
Student Council 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Var. Football Manager 2,3,4, Head 
4; Basketball Jr. High 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; French Club 
2,3, President 2,3; Homecoming Escort 3; Jr.-Sr. Committee 3; Hi-Y 
2,3,4; Tennis 4. 



KENT WESTBROOK WILCOX 

Language Course: Key Club 1,2,3,4, corresponding secretary 3, president 4; 
Student Council 2,3,4, treas. 2, sec. 3, v-pres. 4; House Court 1, Freshman 
rep; National Honor Society 3,4, pres. 4; v-pres. of Junior Class; Track 
1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3; Monogram Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, pres. 2; Math 
Club 2, pres.; Science Club 3, sec. -treas.; Superlative — Most Intellectual. 



TIMOTHY MALCOLM VERNON 

Language Course: Instrumental Music Club 1,2,3,4; Scribbler's Club 
1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 2, Editor 3; History Club 2,4; French Club 2,3, v-pres. 
3; De Molay 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Manager 2; All- 
America City Chorus 2,3,4; Jr. Town Meeting 4, Chairman 4; Thursday 
Morning Music Club Brevard Scholarship 2; Most Outstanding High School 
Pianist for N.C. 3; North Carolina Symphony Jr. Artist 4. 

JONATHAN KARL VICKERS 

Scientific Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2,3, vice-pres. 3; 
Radio Club 4; DeMolay 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4. 

ERIC SAYLE WAINER 

Language Course: Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 3,4; Concert Band 
1,2,3; Rebops 1,2,4; Instrumental Music Club 1,2,3,4. 



Math Course: S.S.C. 

3,4; Football, Jr. Var. 2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4 

Athletic. 



HARRISON HENRY WALKER JR. 

Monogram Club 2,3,4, pres. 4; Basketball 1,2, Jr. Var. 
Hall Monitor 3; Superlative — Most 



JOAN CAROL WALLER 

Language Course: Dancing Boots 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 3, vice-president; Football Sponsor 4; Senior Executive Com- 
mittee 4; Officials Club 1. 

DAVID LOUIS WARFFORD 

Language Course: Senior Service Club 2,3,4; Var. Football 2,3,4; Jr. Var. 
Basketball 2; Var. Basketball 3,4; Var. Track 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Physical Fitness Club 2,3; Guidance Office Page 3,4; German Club 4, 
president. 

VIRGINIA ANN WARREN 

Language Course: Dramatics Club 1,2; Math Club 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Office Page 3; Library Page 4; Hall Monitor 4; College Club; Resegis; 
Y-Teens 1,2. 

WESLEY MAURICE WEAVER, III 



Language Course: Senior Service Club 
1,2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 4; 
president 4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; 
Escort 4; Instrumental Music Club 2; 
Band 3,4. 



3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; YFC Bible Club 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; German Club 3,4, vice 
Baseball 1; Football Homecoming 
Basketball 1; Orchestra 4; Concert 



Scientific Course: Football 1,2,3,4, Var 
Monogram Club 3,4; B.A.A. 4. 



HAROLD CLARK WEBSTER JR. 

3,4; Senior 



Service Club 3,4; 



JEAN ANDERSON WEEKS 



Language Course: G.A.A. 3,4, Council 4; Girls' Var. Basketball 3,4; Girls' 
Var. Softball 3,4; College Club; Dancing Boots 1, Alternate; Junior Red 
Cross Representative 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Girls' Softball Manager 4- 
Art Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,; Gym Leader 1,2. 

CLAUDE HUGH WELLS,III 

Language Course: French Club 3,4. 



Language Course 
G.A.A. 2; Gym leader 



CAROLYN HELEN WILLIAMS 

Var. Speedball 2,3; Var. Basketball 2,3; Var. Softball 2; 
3,4; French Club 2,3; Y-Teens 2. 



CAROL CLEVELAND WINDER 

Language Course: College Club 4; Resegis 4; Y-Teens 1 
2; Football Sponsor 4; Library Staff 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
tramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Basketball Homecoming Queen 4. 



,2,3,4; Pep Board 
Serviteers 3; In- 



JOHN CHRISTIAN WILSON 

Language Course: Basketball 1; Track 1,2; Cross-Country 2,3; Golf 3,4; 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; Debating Club 2,3; National Forensic League 2,3,4; French 
Club 3,4, pres. 4; History Club 4; Vox Seniorum 4. 



Scientific Course: 
Club 1,2. 



WILLIAM CHARLES WILSON 

Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Track 



1,2; Physical Fitness 



JESSE THOMAS WOOD JR. 

Scientific Course; Science Club 1,2,3; German Club 1. 



Science Course 
2,3; Golf Team 



PAUL NATHANIEL WOOD 

Baylor School; Swimmig Team, 4; 
2 years. 



Glee Club; Swimming 



GAIL CATHERINE WRIGHT 

Language Course: Pine Whispers Staff 2,3,4, sports editor 3, co-editor 4; 
Black and Gold staff 2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4, president 4; Masque and 
Gavel 3,4; Correspondent to the Winston-Salem Sentinal 3,4; College Club 
4; Debating Club 3,4; Order of Rainbow 3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
Bowling Secretary 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Recitation Contest 3. 



Language Course: 
Sports 1,2,3,4. 



VICTORIA JOYCE YOKLEY 

Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; Sophoteers; 



Art Club; Intramural 



HOWARD MeNEILL YOST 

Language Course: Chorus 2,3,4; District Contest 2,3,4; State Choral Festival 
2,3,4; Pep Board 3; French Club 3,4. 

HARVEY NATHANIEL YOUNG JR. 

Commercial Course: Physical Fittness Club; Golf Team. 

ROBERT THOMAS YOUNG 

Scientific Course: Baseball 1,2. 

VICKI ROSE YOUNG 

Language Course: Pep Board 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
German Club 4; College Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 3; 
Serviteers 3; Sophoteers 2; N.F.L. Student Congresses 2; Gym Leaders 
Club 1. 

ERNEST HARSHAW YOUNT 

Language Course: Key Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4, Senior Representative; 
House of Representatives 3; National Honor Society 4; Senior Executive 
Committee; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 
Manager 2; Jr.-Sr. Committee; French Club 2, 3, treasurer 3; Homecoming 
Escort 4. 



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